Who are you?
Hello! I am Tony, 29, TechLead for Tokeny. I graduated as a Software Engineer from Université de Technologie de Compiègne in France. After spending some time in Paris and discovering the start-up world, I followed my girlfriend to Luxembourg when she landed a more interesting job in one of the many banks here 🙂
How did you land at Tokeny Solutions?
I absolutely loved the job I had in Paris in the startup. The pressure, the smaller team, the « family business » kind of feeling. When I moved to Luxembourg, I decided to try something different, but I was missing all of this too much. I lost myself working in banks and it got too much. One of the person I worked with told me about Tokeny, and I was very interested in this new challenge. So I wrote an email to our amazing HR Radka, and the rest is history 🙂
How would you describe working at Tokeny Solutions?
It’s amazing! I know, you must be thinking to yourself: ”Of course he’s lobbying for his company”, but honestly, it’s one of the best companies I’ve ever worked with. The team is incredible, with people from so many different backgrounds and experiences, with great ideas, a big commitment and a strong team spirit. We all stick together in the ups and the downs, we lose together and we win together. I am proud to be a member of this company.
What are you most passionate about in life?
Too many things! I love learning new stuff, so I always end up finding a new passion and throwing myself in it. The latest one is baking! I started writing a few years ago, and created a writing community to make progress. We even self published a compilation of short stories last year 🙂 Anything I can share with my friends and family, really.
What is your ultimate dream?
To make this planet a better place to live for my son. I would love to break this cycle of previous generations making the next one’s life more difficult, by fighting climate change for example.
What would you change in the world if you could?
It’s pretty cliché, but to make everyone accept their differences so we can all live together without fighting. Difference is a strength, not a curse 🙂