Introducing Our Newest Consultants

Last week we welcomed two new consultants into our Auckland team. It's so exciting to have such interest in Think Concepts. These young tech enthusiasts jumped at the opportunity to become part of our team and we just couldn't choose, so we brought them both on board!

Dale and Reza started their first day, bright and early on Monday 15th Jan. What a way to start the new year!

As they're only one week in and still becoming familiar with Think Concepts, they won't have had the pleasure of meeting any of our clients in person yet, we'd like to introduce them to you!  


Can you tell us about yourself: "Something interesting about me is that people always comment about the strange way I hold a pen. I was born and raised in West Auckland, attended Massey High School and studied Creative Technologies at AUT. My hobbies include building and fixing computers and gaming."

Why did you want to begin a career in IT? "I always loved using computers, coding and gaming. I'm passionate about the way of the future and ways we can use technology in our everyday lives especially in an unintended way."

How are you finding your time at Think Concepts so far? "It's a steep learning curve but I enjoy the challenge."


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Can you tell us about yourself: Likes to go by Rez – "I’m from a hospitality background but studying IT as well. I'm a pretty good cocktail bartender, basketball is my favourite sport and I love cars. I'm originally from South Africa but moved to NZ when I was 11. I went to Mount Albert Grammar School and I currently live in Kumeu. I enjoy playing PlayStation, working on my car, and playing basketball."

Why did you want to begin a career in IT? "Because I like technology and have always liked to keep up to date with the latest tech stuff. My parents were/are in IT and so I was always surrounded by it." 

How are you finding your time at Think Concepts so far? "It’s actually amazing. The culture and environment is awesome and it seems real chill but challenging at the same time."