Dolly Bansal

Senior Account Manager

"we all get recognition for our successes, but also there is no hiding from our mistakes!"
Job Title:
Senior Account Manager
Networking socialising and travelling!
What made you chose a career at CoStar?
I liked the fact that the business is big enough to be the market leader in its field and have really exciting challenges, and small enough that each individual's contribution really counts. Everybody's voice can be heard and every member of staff is encouraged to say what they think. This means that we all get recognition for our successes, but also there is no hiding from our mistakes!

What does your typical day look like?
Being a Senior Account Manager, no two days on the road are the same and each day throws up a new challenge, which creates an exciting environment to work in. Every meeting is different and is more exciting than the last but not as exciting as the next. My role allows me to do what I do best by meeting new people and to see new faces day in day out certainly puts a smile on my face. My role consists of New Business Meetings, Customer Relationship Meetings as well as Product Training sessions.

What's the most challenging part of your job?
Taking into account the recent market climate, decision makers have been scrutinising almost all expenditure within organisations which in return has proved time consuming when waiting for decisions! This has caused some frustration and proved challenging for me at times as I like being active and moving forward quickly.

The best part of working here?
I am often asked why I like it here. It's the people, the business challenge and the culture, which allows me to contribute to the company's success every day. When you wake up in the morning and want to go to work that's when you really know you're in the right job". I can honestly say from the day I joined I have felt this each and every day.

What would you say to someone who wants to join?
CoStar rewards their employees highly and the limits are endless. Needless to say the more you put in the more you get out.