KAYAK employs a team of inbound marketing professionals. We create significantly better business websites and follow through with activities and campaigns that make the most of your marketing investment.
Randy is a Calgary Chamber of Commerce small business of the year finalist, a stage IV Cancer survivor, and syndicated author. A strong advocate for client empowerment and a go-to resource for industry insights, Randy is always open to chat about business strategy, markeitng and SEO.
In 2013, the Financial Post Magazine featured Randy nationally in their Entrepreneur / Innovator article, Keep running. Randy is also an avid kayaker, padding around ponds, streams and the ocean as well.
Dana has been writing in agencies of all sizes for international, national and local clients for over 15 years. Her copywriting career has taken her from Toronto to St. John’s to Calgary writing for clients such as Ford of Canada, Tourism Newfoundland and Labrador, The Calgary Stampede and Travel Alberta.
One of Canada's most recognizable brand strategists, Danny brings proven success in building market strategies and driving brand awareness. He has delivered for some of the biggest companies in B2B, B2C, and Tech. Danny is co-author of the textbook, Influence Marketing with Sam Fiorella.
Paul has proven to be both our firm's (and our clients') biggest asset – maintaining our reputation for quality work and prompt courteous service. Paul manages the day-to-day operations of our marketing firm.
Known as the Chaos Harmonizer, Queenie’s experience involves creating and adapting structures to ensure project flow and keep creatives on track!
She has studied marketing, social entrepreneurship, and psychology. Queenie is multi-lingual, straight to the point and always on the lookout to ensure no project is ever stalled.
Richard has been designing and engineering web experiences for nearly 17 years. He established his passion for design and development in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
Although Richard has called Calgary his home since 2004, he discovered a love of art history while in London, Amsterdam and Bruges, which colours his work today.