Mike had always dreamed of being a helicopter pilot, until he saw the hours needed to actually fly. So he turned to business but he never kept his eyes off the horizon. When he found out about Google Ads in the early 2000’s he knew this was the answer to what businesses were crying out for. He dove in deep, mastered paid search and started WebSavvy – the rest is history.
Alyssa’s official name is Ky Ren Yap, kind of like Kylo Ren from Star Wars. Unlike Kylo Ren however, she’s very nice and drinks alot of tea. But she is a bit of a Jedi when it comes to all things Google Ads and marketing.
Vic is one of those people that loves a good staycation, happy to be surrounded by family and friends. When summer hits she’s always relaxed. Vic has been working with Google Ads for years and heads up the whole department, keeping the team happy. Unless they call her “Vicky”, then things get ugly.
Steven Spielberg once cast Chris as the lead role in The Pacific tv show. Well, technically just his hands were used as a double for the lead actor, but it still counts right? When he’s not busy conquering Hollywood or playing in his band, Chris will use Google Ads to help your business shine in the spotlight.
If Steph Curry ever needs a place to stay when he visits Australia, Calvin will be more than happy to help him out. When he’s not buying NBA gear Calvin is helping WebSavvy clients grow their business. Or sleeping. There are few things Calvin appreciates more than his bed.
Not only is Fatima an expert Google Ads strategist, she can also speak and read 5 different languages. No big deal. She’s our resident automation lead and the nicest person in the office.
Charlene always wanted to be a doctor, but luckily for WebSavvy she chose computers instead. It’s no coincidence however that our client’s websites are always in a much healthier way after she’s looked after them. Charlene is our expert in automation and all things tech.
Nick is obsessed with sports and comics, so never happier than when the Crows are kicking goals, or superheros are saving the day. Nick shares his love of coffee with Trevor, both making sure the WebSavvy Facebook team is happy and caffeinated.
Georgia came to WebSavvy by a series of fortunate events and is now our graphic design guru and true-crime podcast devotee. Georgia is at home in the snow and if she wasn’t in digital marketing she’d probably be a professional snowboarder.
Aden loves exploring the potential of the mind-body-nature connection and once climbed the highest mountain in Czech/Poland with world record holder Wim ‘Iceman’ Hof (in-37 °C and only wearing a pair of shorts!)! Aden received the prestigious Brave Penguin Award at the 2019 Google Performance Honours Awards for his industry-best ability to problem solve for our clients.
Trevor has come a long way from growing up on a guest ranch in Canada. Who’d have thought leading horseback rides and watching out for bears would prepare someone for a career in marketing? Well that plus brief stints working in Japan, radio stations and Outback Australia. Now he heads up the Facebook department spending time working on customer acquisition strategies.
Campbell is a huge admirer of Bob Geldof and anyone that can make the world a better place. Campbell is often found promoting & encouraging a greener lifestyle. In fact he pretty much loves anything green, like broccoli, but he despises things pretending to be green, like cauliflower – wrapped in green but a much different colour at its core.
Eimear moved to Melbourne from Kildare in Ireland, and not content with moving hemispheres she keeps the office in line and accounts on track. She also has a lot of clothing with Disney princesses, but we don’t judge. There are lots of reasons why we love Eimear (and not just because she gives us snacks).
Early in her career Zoe was a heavy hitter in the corporate world. Despite being small of stature she’d force giant businesses to be more efficient. Now she’s WebSavvy’s Head of Operations, bringing her big business know how and applying it perfectly with our small business approach. Just make sure she gets a break from meetings otherwise things can get silly fast!