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David Trounce is a contributing writer to Online Tech Tips and Help Desk Geek. David also writes for DataFLOQ, Business.com and Born2Invest.
David studied for a Diploma of Journalism in Australia back in 1990 and has been writing ever since. David's working background includes the tourism industry, banking, small business management and in more recent years web design and digital business management.
When not writing, David works with small business as a consultant in management and business growth. In 2009, David began his foray into eCommerce, developing a successful traditional board game store known as "Games from Everywhere".
That business went on to sell games worldwide. The unique games which were representative of traditional pastimes from around the world also caught the eye of Warner Bros Movie Studios who used the unique range of games in movies such as Narnia and After Earth. They also became the household items of Sir Richard Branson and the late Hugh Hefner who used the games in their holiday parlours and on Necker Island.
The business also went on to provide its traditional games from Africa, South America, India and elsewhere to various universities and museums in the United States, UK and Australia.
David used the knowledge and experience he gained in the online marketplace to further provide expertise to small business in Australia and continued to develop his own skills in web design and tech.
David lives with his wife Gail, and four children in Tenterfield, New South Wales, Australia. He enjoys writing on small business management, web design, WordPress and Linux. His expertise continues to be utilized by both large brands and small start-up companies looking for assistance in small business management and strategy.
When not at work, David enjoys the beach, the bush and spending time with his family. He is an energetic tennis player who also enjoys feeding the chickens and shepherding the sheep on his property.