Raw talent at Realeyes

Costanza Scarpa | 14 July 2014

I'm Georgia, a second-year Neuroscience undergraduate at the University of Nottingham - and I've just joined the Realeyes Operations team for a 5-week internship.


As a neuroscience student, I was intrigued by the way Realeyes applied innovative science to the world of advertising, marketing and business. Although slightly out of my comfort zone, I saw it as an exciting new opportunity where I could apply my knowledge of the subject, to an entirely different field. 

The London office is on Wardour Street, in the heart of Soho, appropriately exciting and creative for Realeyes. Upon arrival, the relaxed yet hard-working atmosphere immediately appealed to me and I quickly became accustomed to the way things are done around the Realeyes office. After a warm welcome from Mihkel, Oli, Costy and the rest of the team, I couldn’t wait to get involved. 

Whilst in the office, I was able to take part in and observe each step of the process which eventually leads to the collecting of valuable information to optimise the impact of an advert. There is a buzz around the place which instils a feeling of excitement, as if the team are constantly on the edge of something great. A healthy balance between work and play makes for an efficient, productive and happy office, which I am delighted to have become a part of. 

Great weather and World Cup fever were common themes in the office during my first week as an intern at Realeyes. Whilst browsing hundreds of World Cup ads for one of our ongoing projects, it soon became clear to me how the unique technology used at Realeyes can be of such value to the multi-billion dollar industry that is advertising. 

Three words that sum up my first week at Realeyes would be exciting, challenging and fun! Unlike many internships, it is a pleasure to come to work every day, and I can’t wait to continue on my journey. 

Georgia Sanderson-Nash, Ops Team Intern
Costanza Scarpa
Marketing Communications Executive