March 2, 2023 - London, United Kingdom - Wealth Dragons Group PLC (“Wealth Dragons” or “the Company”) (VIE: WDG) (ISIN: GB00BGMGZR93)
Wealth Dragons, a leading education, e-learning, and entrepreneurship training company, has announced that it has employed the services of Chris Sewell and Build Circle to support with Technical Direction, build, and strategy of the Conzultz App.
Chris Sewell, Engineering Director, brings a wealth of experience supporting well-known brands such as Moonpig, Just Eat, and Allicia Bank during periods of hyper-growth where reliability, scale, and security are critical during busy periods. His expertise, combined with that of the Build Circle team, can give Wealth Dragons' board and Consultz' customers the confidence that the platform will be performant and stable at all times.
"We are thrilled to welcome Chris and Build Circle to our team," said Vincent Wong, CEO of Wealth Dragons. "Their expertise and experience will be invaluable in ensuring that the Consultz app operates at its highest potential and that our customers receive the best possible experience."
The Conzultz App is a platform designed to help users access a range of experts in subjects, including, business, lifestyle, marketing, finance, and legal advice via video calls. It is a tool that will be instrumental in Wealth Dragons' efforts to support customers worldwide, and the company is committed to ensuring that it remains reliable, scalable, and secure.
About Wealth Dragons
Wealth Dragons is a global financial education and entrepreneurship training company that provides individuals with the knowledge and tools to achieve financial freedom. Founded in 2009, the company has helped thousands of people around the world to create wealth through its range of educational products and services.
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