Sarah Money’s career
Born Scotland (Glasgow); Masters Degree (M.A.) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University (Brasenose College); married with two children; resident Switzerland.
Currently working part-time at Aquamarine Zürich AG as a member of the management. Previously representing IFIT AG, provider of offshore fund administration and related fund services.
2009, worked as Head of Sales, Switzerland for Breakingviews.com (left due to merger with ThomsonReuters) and Business Development Adviser, for Intuitive Media, 2008-09,
“…Adopted smoothly to her challenging task…quickly showed her talents with headline client Swiss National Bank… able to operate successfully in particularly difficult market conditions… impressive understanding of the markets and business…”
Michael Bergmeijer, Commercial Director, Breaking views.com
Frequently top EMEA sales person as Senior Account/Sales Manager for Dow Jones Newswires, Switzerland, 1999-2007. Team leader; complex products.
“An outstanding member of the sales and management teams: motivated, informed and organised. Her pro-active approach, professionalism and persistence have led to regular top-ranking and over-achievement of revenue goals. Sarah has been a key driver in improving the profile and revenue of Dow Jones in Switzerland…”
Tom Waite, VP Content Technology, Dow Jones
Consultancy with leading Swiss publisher, Ringier Verlag, Zurich – advising the Board on sales strategy, 1999.
Wide experience of Asian markets from a period as Associate Publisher with Asiamoney, Hong Kong, dealing also with Korea, Taiwan and Indonesia, 1995-99.
“Sarah’s sales record with Asiamoney is unrivalled: she has regularly ranked as the top salesperson in the Euromoney intra-company rankings as well as the top salesperson from Asiamoney. At a time of tremendous change in Asia, Sarah has remained focussed and continued to sell strongly while coordinating the activities of the sales and publishing team…”
George Ball, MD Asiamoney
Early career, 1990-1994, in publishing sales for leading German IT magazines selling into USA, UK and the Far East after a spell with the EU in Brussels and one year in Munich teaching English while learning German.