Posts by Colt Technology Services

Oscar Blanchaer

I’ve been at Colt for five years, mostly in my home country of Belgium. When the opportunity at Colt Hong Kong came up in 2017, I was really interested. I felt like it was the perfect opportunity to give my career a boost and learn about another part of the business, and learn about myself…

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Dharmesh Vashi

My parents moved to the UK in the 60s, my mother from Uganda and my father from India. Soon after that,  my uncle came to join us. He was kind of one of my idols and mentors growing up. He was a Chief Buyer at a supermarket chain so he used to travel all over…

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Kana Hashimoto

I got my scuba diving license about two years ago in Krabi, Thailand. I try to go on two or three dives a year outside of Japan – I particularly like going to the Philippines, the tropical fish there are amazing. I’m hoping to go to Malapascua Island this summer as I’ve heard there is…

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Rajeev Gupta

I love the Golden Era of Bollywood music, I grew up listening to it. I was blessed with a pretty good voice and wanted to be a singer – I came pretty close too. In Grade 12, I was in the finals of a national singing competition but on the final day of the competition,…

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Raymond Meju

I remember in my interview for Colt I was asked who the most influential person in my life is and I said my brother. It must have sounded so cheesy. He’s three years older than me and since the day I was born, I’ve been chasing him. If he got a certain grade in school,…

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Chee-Hau Man

My parents immigrated from Hong Kong in the 70s for the restaurant business, so I grew up in restaurants. I would sit at a table at the back of the restaurant eating my dinner and doing my homework. As I got older, I would serve guests as well, I’d make drinks, do the dishwashing, sometimes…

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Javier Benitez

You should always treat people as you’d like to be treated by others, that’s something my parents taught  me and it’s something I always keep in mind. In business, in your personal life, you always need to be conscious of the other people around you. My biggest hobby is music – I’m the president of…

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William Fleming

I would say my most precious possession is my passport – I live abroad so without it there’d be a problem.  It’s also my gateway home. Earlier this year, I applied for a transfer to the New York office, which again, I couldn’t do without my passport. I’ve been here one month now, and I…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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