Daphné Vermeiren is our digital marketing guru and makes sure the Wheelie's are seen all over the internet.
Daphné Vermeiren is a Marketing Manager at Wheelhouse
To get to know who we are and what kind of person we are, we ask a few questions. Here are the questions and answers of Daphné Vermeiren
Describe yourself using only emojis
What's the best place you've traveled to?
As I did one of my internships at an animal shelter in Zambia, I must definitely say Southern African countries stole my heart. During my internship, I visited places in Zambia (Victoria Falls is definitely high on my list!), Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Cape Town in South Africa. Two months of saving animals combined with traveling - a dream come true! 🌍
What's your role at Wheelhouse?
As a Marketing Manager for Wheelhouse, I make sure digital marketing is on point. 🚀 To summarize my job: I make sure the team is seen on social media, I write blogs and share the team's insights, design visuals, come up with campaigns. I basically do anything that's marketing-related.
What's your favorite food?
That's a hard choice. As long as it's vegetarian, I love it! Maybe pizza? Or fries? Or tacos? Or salads? (I guess you can imagine the struggle of my boyfriend asking me what I want to eat). 🍕🥗🍟🌮
Can you speak more than one language?
Yes, actually! I can speak and write in: Dutch (Flemish), English, French, Spanish, and some rusty German. Some better than the other. 🤪
Are you a cat or a dog person?
I used to be a dog person. I even worked in a dog hotel for four years as a student. Since I moved to live on my own, I got a little cat called Maurice a.k.a. Momo and he stole my heart. I would consider myself as a dog-and-Momo person now. ❤️
Fun fact: my favorite breeds are golden retrievers, dwarf dachshunds, and white shepherds.
- Run the Antwerp 10 miles
It may seem like a basic resolution, but I had this one on my list for a while now. Last year, I couldn't participate in the Antwerp 10 miles because of shin splints, but now I'm recovered, I have started training again. Hopefully, I won't be injured this year.