OUR TEAM

The Web Revolution team is made up of exceptional people who are at the forefront of their field and who pride themselves at helping make Web Revolution the great company it is.

Daniel

Online Marketing Expert

Meet Daniel, the leader of the Web Revolution team. With a wealth of experience in marketing and sales, he takes pride in crafting bespoke online marketing strategies that drive results for businesses like yours. Daniel brings a diverse set of skills to the table, including Search Engine Optimization, telemarketing, branding, and advertising, making him your go-to person for everything your business needs to thrive online.

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Navin

Web Development Guru

Navin is a website creator who is enthusiastic about crafting engaging websites. He places great emphasis on details to ensure that your project is completed to a high standard. With a decade of experience in IT, a Diploma in Website Development, and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Navin possesses extensive knowledge of all things IT-related.

Melanee

Graphic Designer & SEO Expert

Our in-house creative design team is led by Melanee, who is also an expert in Google Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). By combining engaging website design with effective SEO strategies, she provides a winning formula for attracting and retaining website visitors.

Kirsty

Administrator

Kirsty handles the administration and accounts for Web Revolution while working remotely from Hawkes Bay. She has a strong background in accounting and tax administration, having worked with various businesses in these roles.

Greg

Copywriting Guru

Meet Greg: a skilled writer experienced in crafting a variety of content for the web and media. His areas of expertise include website content writing and search engine optimization (SEO), company newsletters and brochures, editing and proofreading, technical manual writing and research, as well as copywriting and editing.

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