The Last Word from Philip Morgan, NAE of Molson Coors Brewing Company
Philip Morgan, National Account Executive of Molson Coors Brewing Company, discloses his favourite things in life with HRNI...
Philip Morgan, NAE of Molson Coors Brewing Company
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN THIS ROLE?
DESCRIBE A TYPICAL DAY?
Thankfully I don’t have a typical day; my role is all about developing relationships with key stakeholders within the On trade which means its constantly varied. Supporting our sales teams with key accounts and developing new business take up the bulk of my time. My customer meetings can be anywhere across NI and in any sector, from pubs to fine dining restaurants, meaning no two days are ever the same.
WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST JOB?
My mum used to make me cover for my older brother on his milk round when he was ‘tired and emotional’ on a Saturday morning! My first job by choice was working in TKMaxx as a sales assistant.
FAVOURITE TV SHOW: Strictly Come Dancing (don’t judge me!).
FAVOURITE FILM: I believe the stock answer is The Shawshank Redemption, but mine is Top Gun.
ALBUM CURRENTLY LISTENING TO:
Little Mix or whatever my daughter has put on in the car.
FAVOURITE BAND: Mumford and Sons.
LAST BOOK READ: Frank Skinner autobiography.
FAVOURITE CELEBRITY: Peter Kay.
FAVOURITE FOOD: All hence my growing waistline.
FAVOURITE RESTAURANT: Tedfords Kitchen, Safa to name two.
LAST HOTEL YOU STAYED AT: Clayton, Dublin.
LAST BAR/NIGHTCLUB YOU VISITED:
Clayton Hotel Bar.
FAVOURITE PLACE IN WORLD: A little village in Belgium called Melsele or the Algarve.
INDOOR CONCERT OR FESTIVAL:
Kenny Rogers (I was working).
LAST HOLIDAY: Kilbroney Forest Park Rostrevor in a motorhome last summer.
FAVOURITE HOT DRINK: Coffee
FAVOURITE SOFT DRINK: Water
BEER OR CIDER: Beer
WHITE OR RED WINE: Red
WHISKEY OR BRANDY: Neither
GIN OR VODKA: Vodka
COCKTAILS OR BUBBLY: Bubbly
WHAT FOUR PEOPLE WOULD YOU INVITE TO A DINNER PARTY (DEAD OR ALIVE)?
Peter Kay, Bill Maher, Kenny Dalglish and Seth McFarlane.
ONE ITEM YOU COULDN’T LIVE WITHOUT?
WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE OF YOUR LIFE?
WHAT IS YOUR IDEAL JOB?
My current one of course.
“It’s nice to be important buts it’s more important to be nice.”
INSPIRATION IN YOUR LIFE?
Tara and Mya my long suffering wife and daughter.
THE MOST IMPORTANT LIFE LESSON YOU’VE LEARNT?
It’s OK to ask for help.
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