Local Girls merge their Online and Real Life Worlds
... Client, turned friend, turned business partner. Sue and Andy have quite a unique story to tell about how they came to be business partners for such a unique products.
While browsing for some interesting ideas to present to her clients, graphic designer Andy Kahle came across an electronic social character called a Poken. Thinking nothing more of the Poken, than it was an interesting idea to use in place of business cards in social networking, Andy forwarded it to Sue Whittaker. While the idea sparked Sue’s interest on behalf of her Social Media clients, when she noticed there wasn’t an Australian distributer, she started to have much bigger aspirations.
“What do you think about the idea that we become the Australian distributor,” Sue posed the question to Andy. “We could set it up as a side business, and see where it takes us.”
But deciding not to stop at just the one product, Sue and Andy decided to join forces to provide a range of unique serviced to the Event community. And so Askew Vision, a name derived from Sue and Andy’s initials, and meaning a little left of centre, was born.