At Waverley Communicators, we celebrate our members’ achievements, especially when Toastmasters has had something to do with them.
And if you were wondering why Kevin wasn’t at the meeting on Thursday, here’s the reason:
“Just back from an amazing trip to Beijing where we launched a Chinese subsidiary to take our platform into a brand new market.
The launch event was with Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond. Got some great photos of the signing ceremony (these aren’t a statement of my politics one way or other!).
Toastmasters has been absolutely instrumental in getting me to where I am today. I’ve had so many speaking engagements since starting Toastmasters that I wouldn’t have been able to excel at otherwise.
It’s that raising of the profile that very much helped getting this deal in China and having the First Minister present.”
This early hobby led to him developing Learn to Type, a more commercially realizable project which later developed into the Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor.
His programming interests and instincts matured after discovering MetaCard, and he began to realize his vision of bringing an English-like programming to a wider audience.
Since Revolution 1.0, Kevin has passionately evolved the company and product. He manages a global team and a modern technology company.
In his spare time Kevin plays the piano, enjoys recreational climbing and plays squash. He has a strong interest in personal development methods and is a member of Toastmasters.
(Taken from RunRev website)
Post written by Moira Beaton DTM
VPPR Waverley Communicators