Angela Sears Wagenti
Technology, Web Design-Web Hosting, SEO/SEM and Computer Networking
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President/Owner, Vroooom Web Marketing Inc.
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Angela Sears Wagenti is driven by her passion to serve others by guiding them to find their own passion or help them complete their existing goals to better their lives and businesses. She believes it is most important to understand what truly motivates a business entrepreneur, stating “Most of us are not driven by money, but by the result of our capability to lead our clients and staff in the path of success.”
Angela started her company, Vroooom Web Marketing, in June of 1999. She claims that her friendly clients, helpful staff and the ongoing changes of the Internet World are all factors that have kept her in the industry for over a decade. As the President and Owner, Angela is responsible for handling the sales, marketing, and client retention as well as overseeing staff and client meetings. She works hard and is determined to provide a work environment that enables her company to work to the best of their ability and make each and every client feel comfortable in the “tech world”. As technology is constantly evolving, Angela feels that it is imperative to learn as much as possible. She enjoys the “challenge of change” and the fact that one in this specific industry will “never do the same job twice”. She admits that having to gain the necessary knowledge in all positions within the business can sometimes be overwhelming, especially when explaining information to a client in terms that they can relate to without “talking over their heads”. Vroooom Web Marketing was awarded in 2008 as one of the top 10 most dependable website developers in the Southern USA, by Entrepreneur Magazine & Delta Airlines SkyMall Magazine.
Aside from her role at Vroooom Web Marketing, Angela has maintained a career in the professional dance industry for over 30 years. She has taught Jazz, Tap and Ballet and owes a great deal of her success to her dance background, as it taught her self-discipline, how to think quickly, and most importantly how to follow through and never quit. “Job titles were never important to me, because I was always driven by customer service for a client. Without our clients we do not have any business.” Angela states. She has served on many non-profit boards of directors and has been affiliated and chaired everything from a Golf Tournaments to black tie events for fundraising. She was a guest speaker to the graduating class of business marketing and entrepreneurs at CSU and is a member of numerous non-profit organizations. She co-founded a non-profit after school program, KIND, and chaired the certification for the City of Columbus, Georgia under Governor Predue’s “entrepreneur friendly designation” certification was granted in September of 2006.