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Kensu Team: Emma Robinson

As Kensu continues to set the standard for Data Observability, we’re highlighting the team members driving this success to understand, in their words, a little bit more about them. Read on to learn more about Emma Robinson, Business Development Representative at Kensu.

Team at Kensu: SALES
Time with Kensu: 11 MONTHS
Location: ROME, ITALY


Emma Robinson




Describe yourself in 3 words.

Curious, impulsive, and kind. 


Share a fun fact about yourself.

I speak 3 languages!


What do you appreciate most about working for Kensu? 

I appreciate my team because there is always room for independence within the team! I have also enjoyed working in an exciting and emerging field such as data observability.


What is your favorite memory from working at Kensu so far? 

I really enjoyed our offsite in Porto!


Kensu defines its values as Customer Focused, Love What you DO, Innovate Always, Make It Happen, and Better Together. Which one resonates with you the most and why?

'Innovate Always' resonates the most with me because when it comes to prospecting, it’s essential to be creative, and to always come up with new ideas.


Describe Kensu in 3 words.

Passionate, hard-working, and quality.


How do you recharge?

I like to find a park and sit on the grass with a book.


What is the most memorable moment in your life?

The most memorable moment in my life has been the day my sister was born.


What is the most interesting place you’ve traveled to?

Florence… medieval Italy feels made up! 


If you could recommend any book, which book would it be?

Frenchman’s Creek by Daphne du Maurier… it’s not for everyone, but I just love her style, and this one is widely known but is still magical.


What can you typically be found doing on the weekend?

On the weekends, you can find me watching village cricket! My dad captains a team, and my brother also plays. It’s just a lovely way to spend an afternoon.


What quote inspires you?

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”

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