New Year, New Savv-e!

New Year, New Savv-e!

You might have noticed a few changes at Savv-e.

We’ve got a new logo and, launching later in the year, a new microlearning tool that will revolutionise the way we deliver learning programs.

We’re also thrilled to announce two brand new members of our sales team: Dan Joseph in Sydney, and Linda Griffin, who will spearheading our local presence in Melbourne.

Dan Joseph

Dan Joseph has a background in instructional design, tech development and sales, putting him across all aspects of our business at Savv-e. He’s founded two tech companies, dealt with governments across the EU and APAC as the COO of an urban infrastructure company. Dan comes to us from a multinational corporation where he developed learning outcomes as the Global Capability Director (Sales).

Linda GriffinLinda Griffin is passionate about all things learning and change related. She has consulted extensively in the financial services industry, combined with a strong background in IT education delivery. She specialises in systems learning and development, instructional design, facilitation and education account management, discovering what makes learners click and providing exceptional solutions.

 Dan and Linda are looking forward to forming awesome partnerships to deliver innovative and engaging solutions with Savv-e, and can't wait to work with you all in 2019.

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