Kineo Team Grows

22/3/07.

Kineo is growing! To keep up with the demand for our rapid e-learning services we are pleased to announce four new appointments to the Kineo team.

Sven Laux, is joining as a Partner and will head up Kineo's technical team. Sven has over 7 years of experience of the e-learning industry in various technical roles. Sven was formerly head of Technical Development at Line Communications (London). Sven will lead the Kineo focus on new rapid e-learning tools and technologies; and on the application of new and existing open source technologies such as Moodle.

Dom Keen, has joined as Creative Director. Dom was previously Art Director at Epic and led on the creative design solutions for clients. Dom takes responsibility for all Kineo's creative output and branded design solutions for clients. Dom is also an active musician and guitarist for The Lodge. Listen to them and see their videos here.

Krista Woodley, has joined as Senior Learning Designer. Krista has extensive experience as an e-learning designer and writer. Krista managed an oral history project of the local shipbuilding community in Southampton and edited Thorny’s: an oral history of the Vosper Thornycroft shipyard, Woolston, published in December 2005.

Georgia Watts, has joined as the new Kineo Office Manager. Georgia will be responsible for helping to organise things at Kineo.

Kineo Managing Partner, Steve Rayson says the strengthening of the team is great news. "We are really pleased to have been able to recruit such high quality additions to our team.

These appointments considerably strengthen the resources and services available to our customers. They also enable us to grow and widen the range of services we can offer to our clients.

We have also purchased new freehold premises at 7 Orange Row in Brighton which provides us with a great central Brighton location to support our growth and service our clients.

We move into our new premises at Easter. See the architect's drawing below; though if you know Orange Row you'll see they somehow missed the bins! We can't wait to move in.

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