|Why did you get started with Klaviyo?||I have been working with many email marketing systems, but Klaviyo charmed me by the low entry barriers and at the same time the range of possibilities and features.|
|What message do you have for people new to Klaviyo?||Don’t be afraid of trying and testing everything! And don't be fooled, the system looks simple and straightforward, but it has many advanced features.|
|What is your favorite part of Klaviyo?||I love doing A/B tests, this is one of my favorite parts of the system. I also have an analytical mind, so I really enjoy being able to deep dive into data and check all the dashboards, benchmarks and custom reports.|
|What does the Klaviyo Community mean to you?||Klaviyo Community means a lot to me as many times it was my last hope to resolve problems or find solution to my email marketing questions. This Community never let me down!|
What is your favorite or most inspirational book?
As I’m trying to become a stoic, all works of Seneca and Marcus Aurelius inspire me day-by-day.
Looking back, the book that had the biggest impact on my life was Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins.
What is your most treasured possession?
My motorcycle is my most treasured possession. If I could take it to my room for wintertime to keep it warm and without dust, I would do it.
Who would play you in a movie?
I would like to be played by an Anime character such as Ichigo from Bleach series or Guts from Berserk manga.
What is your favorite movie?
I love David Lynch movies. Some of my favorites are Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive. Recently, I was completely captivated by the movie Everything Everywhere All at Once.
What is your favorite vacation spot?
I love to discover new places. I visited NYC and Abu Dhabi recently, next in line is Japan.
Glad to have you as a Community Champion!
As someone that loves their Jeep, I can totally share the sentiment of your motorcycle. I’ve actually stored my Jeep’s hard doors in my bedroom during the spring/summer to keep them safe
Yea I would do it to but unfortunately not enough space, but any way its safe in underground garage and as my mechanic said “you should power up you machine at least once a month during winter season so the battery didn't die” so I made myself a recurring meeting with my motorcycle every month in the garage :)