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Carolina Morales

Music is essential to me. Every day I wake up listening to music, and it’s the last thing I do at night. It’s a way to express myself and channel my energy – it’s an organic expression of how I feel. When I was growing up, two or three of my friend at school loved to sing, and I remember…

Adam Warden

I feel really proud that I’ve been in the world of work for 20 years now and never really had a period of unemployment. It would be silly for me not to say that joining Colt was a significant moment for me – I’ll have been here 13 years in September. There were a lot of people from Colt at…

Sonia Boukari

I know Kung Fu and I like the fact that i could protect myself if I needed to. My uncle used to do Kung Fu so I started when I was four years old – I started watching Bruce Lee movies with him and then I was obsessed. For years I went in secret, then at some point we needed…

Silvia Perez

When I was 17, my family moved from France back to Spain. Originally I went with them but finally decided it was better for me to go back to France alone to complete high school and my bachelors degree. So I negotiated with my parents until they let me. At 17, you still need support in your confidence and decision…

Roxana Dobrota

The most important piece of advice I’ve ever received was from my grandfather – he told me just to be myself, regardless of what anyone else says. We were under a communist regime in Romania in the ’80s, so that kind of rhetoric was pretty bold. Nonetheless, he kept telling me that whatever issues you face, you should be yourself…

Nicola Chapman

Having kids was definitely the biggest decision I’ve ever made. It just turns your world upside down – in a  good way. You stop thinking about yourself really, because every decision that you make has an impact on your kids: a meal that you order in a restaurant, or where your job is based. Your life is almost not yours …

Lara Rodriguez

I am from a small town near Bilbao in the Basque Country. At university I won an Erasmus grant to go and  study in Italy for a year – it was my first time away from my parents. I moved to Florence completely alone,  without knowing any Italian and it changed my life. I didn’t want to waste the year…

John Fitzpatrick

The night of the week I look forward to most is when I head out to the deepest depths of Essex with my trusty Gibson guitar in the trunk of the car to jam the night away in a three-piece rock band (still looking for a lead guitarist). Lead singer and rhythm guitar is my part in the outfit, whilst…

Jesus Leon

In 2009, the company I was working for at the time paid for me to come to the UK and study English. I’d been in Venezuela for 27 years so naturally, I was so excited. I remember when I landed and I got in the tube, I saw someone wearing a burqa for the first time. That’s the reason I…

Yue Wu

I started ballroom dancing in 2005. I can’t really remember why I started, I think I just wanted something to do in the evenings and Kingston University was offering classes. I did badminton, English and ballroom. I’ve actually choreographed wedding dances for a couple of my friends. The first time, my friend and her fiancé had a song in mind…

Fahim Sabir

I think the most exciting project I’ve worked on at Colt is the one I’m on at the moment, which is a network-on-demand platform for our customers. It’s slightly strange because when I first joined Colt, about twelve years ago now, one of the first tasks I was given was to make the order journey better and more automated. We…

Carrier Roundtable, Stockholm, May 15th, 2019

Join us on May 15 for an exciting seminar and Carrier Roundtable mingle!  Interxion Carrier Roundtable has the great honor of presenting Colt as the host of the spring event 2019 in Stockholm. Please mark you calendar May 15 to attend our networking event. Come and listen to Rob McCabe and Maher El Fekih from Colt, who will be talking about how connectivity…