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AgriWebb expands Sales Development Team


AgriWebb expands Sales Development Team

Your farm needs to be healthy and functioning at its best for generations to come. That is why the AgriWebb team focuses on putting together the best team available, so you can optimise your farm operations. We’re excited to improve every farmer’s efficiency, and thanks to two new Account Executives joining our Sales Development Team, we hope to bring streamlined operations and more profitable farming to even more farmers in 2019.

Please meet David O’Brien and Caleb Love below.

Caleb and David, Sales Development Team Members

About Caleb Love

Caleb is a 27 year-old who grew up helping cousins with their Merino farm in Invercargill, NZ. Today, Caleb’s parents have a hobby farm with sheep in Timaru, NZ. While Caleb loves his native New Zealand, a surfing holiday led him to his Australian wife, and he moved to Australia four years ago.

Caleb loves helping small business owners utilise technology to enhance their quality of life. If you would like to learn more about Caleb, please check out his LinkedIn profile.

About David O'Brien

David is a 25 year-old from Sydney in the fourth year of his Agricultural Science degree at Sydney University. About to embark on his Honours Research Project for 2019, David loves the work at AgriWebb, and is excited to be a part of such an innovative environment.

Before starting at AgriWebb, David worked in the TV industry managing cast and crew on many different shows. One of those shows was The Voice, where David had the opportunity to work with celebrities such as Will.I.Am, Katy Perry, Kylie Minogue, Delta Goodrem, and Ricky Martin.

Today, David is happy to be a part of the AgriWebb team, delivering value for farmers across Australia and all over the world

NOTE: We are constantly looking for people who want to push farming forward, can learn on the fly, and are hardworking, motivated, and hungry to succeed. Please check out our website to see open vacancies.


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