Next up on our ‘Pulse Gets Personal’ series is Apolline Brûlé! Apolline started with us in our Sydney office just last week! She has already proven herself to be an extremely quick learner and someone we would love having in the office over the coming months. Her positive attitude and proactive thinking will be a huge part in her success with us. Here is a little about her…
Tell us you story of how you got into recruitment.
I wanted to learn new things about HR and be aware of how recruitment agency works.
I am pretty familiar with communication, marketing and finance but I wanted to have a professional experience in recruitment.
What inspires you to go to work every day?
Working in the CBD of Sydney is enough to inspire me every day to go to work!
Full Name: Apolline Brûlé
Hometown: Paris, France
Currently Residing In: Elizabeth Bay, Sydney
Occupation at Pulse Recruitment: Marketing and HR Trainee
Siblings: One little sister
Pets: One cat
How you spend your spare time: Doing shopping, listening to music and going out with friends.
Regularly playing on your Spotify: Rap, electro and Latino
Breakfast meal of choice before the workday: Cereal
Favourite holiday destination: Sydney and Mexico
Dream travel destination (have not visited as yet): Petra, Jordan
Currently reading: Nothing
Favourite film: La Boom, The Devil Wears Prada
Favourite food: Pasta
What three things can you not live without? Family, food and my phone.
Who’s your idol (and why?): Coco Chanel because she was the first international business women of the 20th century.
Do you have any hidden talents? Playing the piano
What makes you the happiest? Travelling and discovering new places
Name one cool thing on your bucket list: Road trip in Australia
What do you want to be when you grow up? Marketing Director
Best piece of advice you’ve ever heard (or been given): Life is too short, so enjoy every moment you spend and be happy!
Red or White Wine: Both
Mountains or Beach? Mountains in winter and beach in summer
Country or City? City
Dogs, Cats or Reptiles? Cats
Winter, Spring, Summer or Autumn? Summer and winter
Until next time…