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Mark Randall

Mark Randall, Country Manager and Vice President of Sales for APAC at WP Engine, is a true tech veteran, with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry under his belt. Prior to WP Engine, Mark held senior leadership roles in web hosting organisations including Bulletproof and Rackspace. Mark helped create a hosting platform in his early 20s soon after graduating high school. Mark is an experienced General Manager, Country Manager and Sales Leader with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry, skilled in Leadership, Sales, Cloud Computing, Web/Digital Technologies, Software as a Service (SaaS) and Business Planning.

From the author

Personalise to profit – creating a personal user experience is the key to success for SME websites

Location-based personalisation will change a visitor’s experience based on where they are, making a site more comfortabl...
Gen Z, career, millennial

How Gen Z is informing SMEs’ digital strategies

The demands of Gen Z mean that digital interactions across the customer journey must be powered by responsive, modern te...

Three ways SMEs can fall in love with their Valentine’s Day sales

SME owners wanting a share of lucrative Valentine’s Day mobile sales must ensure their online offering provides the best...
scammers, hygiene, hackers, email security, remote

Are scammers targeting your website?

Be wary of all your emails - even if they look legit they may be from scammers who are out to jeopardise your online se...

Top tips for improving your website loading speed

The basic technology and software installed on your server is a main driver of website loading speed.
Generation Z, age

Four tips for small businesses trying to win over Generation Z

Too many brands are overlooking Generating Z in their marketing and sales strategies despite the fact that these young p...

Failure isn’t fatal…it’s necessary

Innovation is non-linear and will always be accompanied by failure - setbacks and short-term failings must be viewed as ...