BNZSA Alumni Stories

"No two days are the same. If you like to learn new things and adapt to different situations, it's amazing to be a PM."

As he embarks on his next adventure, BNZSA Alumnus Craig Calico, a former PM here at BNZSA reflects on his time with us and shares his advice to future Rockers on how to succeed. Thank you, Craig!

Are you ready to level up your career with BNZSA? Check out our vacancies here.

The BNZSA Passport


Together We Work Around Europe!

We believe when you excel, you should be rewarded. That's why we created the BNZSA Passport.

Whether you're extending your time home with the family or joining a partner on a work trip to a new city, we offer up to 20 days a year to work in any European country.

How does it work?

Simple. It's based on performance.
If you reach certain targets and get manager approval, the “European” sky's the limit!
Take up to 20 days a year, from one big block to 5-day increments.

Need a break from the city? Want to enjoy some extra time at the beach during low season? Or just spend a bit more quality time with family and friends that are close to your heart, but far from Spain. You can do it with the BNZSA Passport!

For further details, ask your recruiter.


Growing with BNZSA

ALL of them started as BNZSA Rockers, calling on the phone.

But BNZSA´s first core value is its PEOPLE, and we strongly believe in giving Rockers the opportunity to grow. In the video we highlight 4 talented Rockers who now work in HR, Legal, Onboarding and the Data Team. Hear their stories and what they love about BNZSA.

Join the BNZSA Band today and see where your future will take you.

What to expect during your first month at BNZSA 

So, you’ve got the job, and you’re officially joining the band as a Rocker or Roadie, but what comes next? The first month of working with us here at BNZSA will be jam packed with new information, new day-to-day tasks, and a lot of new faces, which is an exciting but often overwhelming experience! 

To make things easier for you, here’s a quick insight into what to expect so that you can walk into your new job with all the energy and enthusiasm you will need for the challenges we throw your way! 

Week 1:  

Our Head of Recruitment, David Arroyo, has a phrase that he will repeat throughout the week; “You are not here to save the company.”  

We understand that this first week will be loaded with information, so if by the end of it you know where the toilets are and recognize your team members, you are exactly where we expect you to be.  

Day one we’ll ease you in with a quick tour and introduction to our different teams. You will be given all the equipment you need to conduct your day-to-day tasks and of course there will be a bit of admin to do with HR to get you all set up.  

Our Onboarding team have designed your training sessions to be interactive, and they love to see people participating and asking questions so don’t be afraid to speak up! You will also have some sessions with our CEO Brahim Samhoud, our Chief Production Officer Cristina Biet and your team leader. 

And just like that, you’ll have made it through Week 1! Time to relax and recharge at the BBQ on our rooftop terrace on Friday afternoon. 


Week 2:  

During your second week with us, you will dive into the ins and outs of what it means to be a Rocker. The goal of this week is to prepare you for whatever the gatekeepers and decision makers have to say. So, you can expect sessions about active listening, how to handle difficult calls and, finally, what to say when you reach the decision maker to spark their interest and generate a lead.  

The familiar faces who recruited you will also pop back up at different points during this week to run some sessions with you and to check that you’re settling in okay. 

Week 3:  

Time to hit the phone! This week that you will be given the opportunity to ‘learn by doing´. There will be lots of calling time and opportunities to make leads during your third week. Naturally, there will still be things that you are unsure of, so our Onboarding team will still be there to help you with anything you might need! 

There will also be more focus on attention to detail, for example keeping your CRM neat and tidy and sharpening your IT knowledge so you can sound more confident on the phone.  

Week 4:  

At this point, you will have spent almost one month working with us. Congratulations in advance! Your fourth week of training will consist once again of lots of calling. After all, practice makes perfect, right?  

As well as spending your time on the phones, we aim to add to your skill set as much as possible during your training. You can expect to learn more tips and tricks that will help you on the phone and to give you a more well-rounded knowledge of all we do here at BNZSA. 

You will also take part in some more fun, interactive sessions hosted by the recruitment team, before celebrating the end of your first month!  

Week 5 and beyond: 

The first month is a whirlwind of training and getting to grips with the ins and outs of the IT marketing world, but our motto is that you never stop learning! Once you finish Onboarding, don’t worry you will still be supported by your Team Leader and our team of brilliant coaches to continuously develop your knowledge and to be as successful as possible during your time with us!  

2022 Review

We love to take the time to take stock and review our highs and lows from the year.  

2022 was one of our biggest years yet. We started the year with a bang by moving to our new office in Las Rozas and we went from strength to strength.  

We adapted to new ways of working so we can keep going The Extra Mile and delivering the Highest Quality!  
Ready to do it all and more in 2023!  

Top Tips: How to prepare for a remote interview

Are you an aspiring Roadie but nervous about your upcoming remote interview? Some nerves are natural so do not worry. Our Recruitment Team are sharing their top tips on how to ace the process.

  1. Take time to set up your space. Have a clean, uncluttered background, and check your lighting so it’s falling on you, not behind you.
  2. Make sure to do an internet-speed test so technical lags don’t break the flow of your conversation.
  3. Prepare for the unexpected. Master the platform you’ll be using for your interview and keep notes handy so that you don’t forget to make an important point.
  4. Rehearse before you go live. Monitor your pace so it’s easy for your audience to follow, use hand gestures, and sit with an upright and open posture.
  5. Spark interesting conversations. Go beyond the usual small talk and ask questions about the team and the culture. Do a little research beforehand to see if you have any common interests or experiences with your interviewer.

Good luck!