Years ago, I studied computing because I wanted to help people in what they wanted to achieve. To get more from their time, their money, their energy.  To help them build communities, businesses.  To build their dreams.

A lofty goal?  Perhaps.  Naive?  Certainly.

Instead, those years passed in corporate-land.

A long time ago, someone said; “Most men would feel insulted if it were proposed to employ them in throwing stones over a wall, and then in throwing them back, merely that they might earn their wages. But many are no more worthily employed now.”

For me, that was corporate-land.  Much of the time I was polishing tiny cogs in massive machines. Efficiencies were gained, companies saved money – but, but, but… So What?

So we went out on our own, studied for Infusionsoft certification, and set up shop. We work with small businesses, because we can see them get real benefits.

Three hours saved from admin-work?  That’s not just a KPI.  That’s time spent with partners, kids, families.  Those efficiencies aren’t just tiny cogs – they’re your lives.  (Maybe that means the dog gets a walk tonight?)

So when we see people confused by marketing … and we know they can save time on administration, marketing and the stuff that goes into running a business …

… and we see people losing money without knowing it – money just left on the table that might have been a holiday with the kids …

… We want to help. Wouldn’t you?