Success for Aaron [Newcastle Evening Chronicle (England)]
(Newcastle Evening Chronicle (England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) A GRADUATE is hoping to hit the right note with music lovers following help from his ex-boss.
Aaron Lee Smiles, 29, from Gateshead, left his job as a customer service adviser to set up his own computer software development company. Now, with help from the eaga Trust, he has created an audio visual application aimed at those working within the media and music industries.
Aaron, who has a degree in music and a masters in digital media, joined eaga as a customer service adviser in 2008, leaving in 2012 to set up Sinetic.
Aaron said: "I knew that the eaga Trust offered help to former employees who wanted to learn a new skill, so I decided to contact them."
For more information about eaga, go to www.eagatrust.com.
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