Here I can accomplish true changes in healthcare. That’s why I chose Vintura out of five offers and decided to move to another country again. The Netherlands is my fourth home country, but the first whose language I don’t speak. I am still learning; twice a week I go to a language school and my new colleagues are really helpful.
That’s how we grow
The whole team is very welcoming. It’s a fun environment to work in. We make jokes, have time for each other and receive feedback on the spot, at a daily basis. They encourage us to ask questions, to be ourselves and not to underestimate ourselves. That’s how we grow, that’s the way to learn and improve on a professional and personal level.
A healthy work-life balance is truly important to Vintura and working hours are flexible. I am a morning person and prefer to start early. So I can leave early as well, I’m at home before 18h.00. That way it’s easier to get to know my neighbors, meet new people in daily life and make new friends.
A city that makes you feel alive
Amsterdam is a very international city, I really feel at home already. Everybody speaks English and it is super green with all those trees in the streets. I love the architecture and the canals. It’s a city that makes you feel alive. A few months after I moved to the Jordaan, my parents came to visit and my mom prepared a Brazilian diner for my colleagues and me. We often organize things together too.
Get people engaged to change
I’m dedicated to get people engaged to change. The project I work on is about how to talk about the value of a medicine, understanding the benefits for the patient and develop a more value-based, global vision. There’s more to it than the price and data. To see how they accept and appreciate your ideas makes me happy.’