David Magee is an Account Executive at Scorebuddy and, as you’ll soon find out, a fan of golden retrievers, wrestling legends, and Breaking Bad. Read on to learn how David came to join the Scorebuddy team and what his working day looks like.
Tell us a bit about yourself.
My name is David. I am an Account Executive here at Scorebuddy.
When did you join Scorebuddy?
I only joined the team last year, on June 1, 2022.
What is your background? Where did you come from?
I was a Sales Executive for almost eight years for one of Ireland’s largest motor groups, selling new Nissans and a wide range of quality used cars.
Describe your typical day.
A typical day for me would involve live demonstrations of Scorebuddy’s platform for potential clients, hosting trial reviews for clients who are trying it for themselves and, finally, internal team calls to consistently build on what we do here.
What do you like most about your job?
The team is a huge reason why I like working here, but the job itself? I love that I get to deal with and talk to different people all over the world on a daily basis, that is really cool.
What are you passionate about?
Family, friends, football.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
I will eat white magnums, literally any time of the day—no guilt. Maybe the podcast I’m listening to (see Q.10).
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A doctor, but I didn’t have the patients.
What’s your ideal way to spend the weekend?
One busy/fun day, one chill day. All about balance.
Are you reading anything interesting right now?
Not a big reader. Podcasts though—currently following Mick Foley reliving his golden years in the WWE on Foley is Pod.
Are you binging on any shows?
Is there any other way of watching shows? Currently going through Breaking Bad again, for the third time.
Do you have any pets?
Louis, a golden retriever. The name Louis comes from the hilarious story where I compromised and got my wife a dog as opposed to a designer bag that she wanted, Louis Vuitton… There are days now where I think I may have made the wrong choice—the designer bag definitely wouldn’t have dug up the back garden.