Michael Douglass Website & Database Executive Enterprise Plus

Michael has worked at the intersection of people, technology and communication for the past 15 years.
He has been a marketer, content creator and editor for a range of projects while also building the technical capabilities for these channels e.g. websites, eCommerce, search engine optimization (SEO), content management systems (CMS) and customer relationship management (CRM) software.
Concurrently he gained qualifications in human resources and managed the HR, Recruitment, and WH&S functions for various organisations.
He has published content across various industries, including writing for national newspapers, magazines, newsletters, workplaces, training and technical documents, social media, and websites. He has had fiction published by the University of Technology, Sydney.
Michael has gained experience in Japanese international banking, health care, not-for-profits, arts and cultural organisations, and agriculture.
Michael’s own business, Moth Studios, was a popular photographic studio in Sydney that also provided training to emerging and student photographers. During this time, Michael helped create the official photographic team for the Sydney Mardi Gras, which provided images of the festival to the world’s press, along with exposure and employment opportunities to his team of photographers.
From 2018-2022 Michael successfully led the Australian Small Business Advisory Service (ASBAS) Digital Solutions program for the southern & western areas of NSW and, with his wife, created My Little Marketing Co before moving on to his current role as Website & Database Executive with Enterprise Plus.
Michael’s formal qualifications include a Graduate Certificate in Commerce from Deakin University, a Graduate Certificate in Arts Management from the University of Technology, Sydney, and a Diploma of Business (Human Resources) from the Australian Institute of Management.
Michael is married with twin daughters, lives in Wagga Wagga, and on the weekends, enjoys falling off his mountain bike.