Client Manager, Project Manager
Have you seen “Into the Wild"? That’s basically me, except I always make it home in time to manage projects for TWC. I’m an outdoors junkie with a bunch of experience working with clients to get them what they need in website design and development.
“Successful market research and branding is essential for any company, especially a growing business like us. I’m going to send TWC’s brand so high, it’s going to need an air-sickness bag. World domination is on my to-do list, right before the dishes.”
Business Development Manager
When I’m not spending time cruising the roads or finding new cars to drive, I’m listening to clients and discovering creative new marketing campaigns to suit their needs. My background in marketing and psychology makes me great at my job because I’m able to relate to the clients on a personal level and really help them out. Afterwards, I’ll probably go on another drive for inspiration… and for fun.
Business Development Manager
As a Sales Development Manager, I work on the frontline for TWC, partnering with new and existing clients to discover and meet their digital goals. Trust, consistency and fantastic communication are the core values that I bring with me to the job every single day. Outside of the 9 to 5, creative pursuits keep me busy. I'm a huge lover of reading, painting and drawing.
Get in touch if you want to join our team.
Web Designer, Web Developer
Take a full-stack developer with epicurean leanings and you get me, Nush! I'm skilled in all aspects of front and back-end website crafting and have a passion for all things fun; comedy, music and cars keep me busy in my downtime.
Web Developer, Magento Certified
“I’ve been in development since ‘07. Since then I’ve picked up a couple of Magento and Zend PHP qualifications. Anything tech. Anything. I’m into it. Otherwise I’m killing it on the basketball court in between catching up on my podcasts.”
I'm an ICT Developer and it's my job to make sure a website's look and feel is attractive and totally user-friendly. I love keeping up to date with the latest in coding and listening to my favourite songs while doing so. Outside of work, I'll be found exploring new places around the country and planning my next trip before I even get home.
“I'm a passionate back-end developer, predominantly working with application software. I love working with different, challenging platforms. I have a great passion for coding, testing and researching new trends.”
I love learning new things, which is the type of attitude you need if you’re working in the web industry. Things never stay still, the online world never stops evolving, and information to be learned never lets up - it’s so exciting! When I’m not learning, or doing development and design here at TWC, you’ll find me outdoors being active with my family.
As a programmer I love the continuous learning that comes with my work. I work on the front-end so what I do needs to be done right because it’s what users will see. Before jumping into TWC I was a University programming lecturer. In my downtime I enjoy sitting down with a good documentary– did I mention I love learning?
“The computer was my first passion. I grew up with the Internet, software and playing with new technology. For all the 'techie' questions, I've got the solution. As with many others in my field, much of my skills have been self-taught.”
ICT Technical Supporter
My life-long fascination with technology and love of working with people allowed me to slide in perfectly to my position as ICT Technical Support Officer here at TWC. I utilise my technical know-how to solve any issues our customers are having, making life easier for folks who've run into digital problems.
When I’m not perfecting my eyeliner with makeup tutorials I’m surfing the internet - assisting, diagnosing and resolving technical issues. I’m a wizard when it comes to web related problems, “Just call Hunny when you need help”.
As the resident video producer at TWC, my passion is taking a creative vision and using my skills to bring it to life visually. Outside of work, I love spending time with my family, socialising with friends and finding inspiration with a camera at the ready.
I'm an SEO Content Writer that loves walking more than talking. My first page vices include contemporary fiction, sad party music and vaping. I enjoy helping clients pop a vein over the web, to tell their story and get great rankings.
I came from a mystical land known as Whanganui, where nobody uses public transport and we’re unsure about the letter H. I then journeyed to Auckland where I ended up as a fabulous content writer for TWC after graduating in Communication Studies. Maybe one day I’ll write the Great American Novel (which would be pretty impressive considering I’m not American).
"I am highly enthusiastic and motivated after having graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, majoring in Accounting. I enjoy consulting and helping people. TWC is an amazing place which can lift up my skills everyday. I keep the accounts tidy and running on schedule. I love movies, art, music, hot yoga & pilates. Currently, I am on my way to become a CA."
“I’ve accumulated six years accounting and administration experience in the IT Communication industry. I’m solution-oriented, a self-organised person and passionate about business growth and success. As Accounts Administrator, I work closely with the Developers and Client Managers to ensure the business in running smoothly.”
Chief Of Glue
“I make stuff happen. When things don’t happen, it’s because I haven’t been called in yet. People hear me coming when I walk down the street - not because I’m a giant or anything, it’s because the highly concentrated sound of stuff getting done around me is deafening.”
“Being one of the ‘older’ team members, I have a good breadth of experience in both service and product-driven industries. I like to understand the drivers behind your online requirements and then approach your solution with outcomes that demand a return on your investment. Outside of software I’m dedicated to community projects through our Rotary and Centurion initiatives.”