Crunch Time: Rebecca De Cicco

Crunch Time - Rebecca De Cicco

The #GlobalBIMCrew are known for being an incredibly lively, sociable and helpful group of people who love to discuss their experiences within the Building Information Modelling sector whilst attending a plethora of nationwide BIM events. How would you like to get to know even more about your fellow BIM enthusiasts and experts? Crunch Time will let you learn more about your fellow industry members professionally, as well we as personally when they answer fun questions against the clock.

As previewed yesterday, Digital Node‘s Rebecca De Cicco is this week’s interviewee. The Founder of Women in BIM and former leading figure in the BIM2050 Group, Rebecca shares stories of some of her vast industry experiences including her time in the aforementioned Construction Industry Council-led team.

In addition to discussing her career thus far which includes working and living in Australia and the UK, Rebecca sheds light on setting up her own business and the value of speaking at industry events.

Rebecca also teases exciting plans for her Women in BIM networking group for 2016. Rebecca explains that this year has seen a group of 8-10 women form WiB’s core team, and the initiative’s LinkedIn group recently passed 200 members too. Speaking to BIMcrunch Editor Jack White, she explains what will be next for this fantastic space for female BIM professionals to converse and share their ideas.

Listen to the three-part interview below, which of course, also features the fun, quick-fire question element of the podcast so that we can learn more about Rebecca personally as well as professionally.

For more information on Rebecca, you can follow her on Twitter and connect with her on LinkedIn. Her business Digital Node can be reached via its official website and Twitter also.

If you would like to join the Women in BIM team or show your support to the group’s efforts, get in touch via Twitter or contact Rebecca to get started.

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