Tracey Voyce has an extensive repertoire of business experience and skills. This comes from over two decades in the marketing, IT and business consulting industries.
Tracey has owned a number of businesses herself, and has also been a Senior Manager in a number of large New Zealand marketing and IT businesses. After shifting from New Zealand to Australia with her family, she used her business knowledge to mentor and coach local business owners on how to make themselves and their businesses succeed. She also worked as a coaches trainer for the world's larget business coaching franchise, Action Coach.
Tracey is now back concentrating her time working in the website development industry as a co-owner and Director of a large national software company - Bloomtools. Her business experience has allowed Bloomtools to develop software that enables business owners to cost effectively maximise the Internet and get bottom-line results. Bloomtools is now one of the biggest Internet franchise companies in Australia and has just launched their first franchise in New Zealand.
Tracey is also very passionate about small businesses having access to quality online solutions. Since becoming involved in the internet industry, Tracey has seen many business people ripped off by sub-standard website developers and as a result of this, has become involved in Website Standards Association (WSA). WSA is a group run by Internet and marketing experts that aims to educate web developers and business owners on the standards that all websites should meet.
Tracey is an excellent speaker and presenter. Having presented at a number of international events on different areas of the Internet, Tracey is a very enlightening and inspiring speaker. Her passion for the Internet is evident, and her experience and knowledge ensures that everyone in her audience learns something they can apply to their own business.
“Tracey is enthusiastic, grounded and extremely knowledgeable – this combined with her relaxed, humorous, unique style of presenting meant everyone actually walked away having learnt something they would remember."
Moira Williams, Coomera Chamber of Commerce President.