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When Glenys was little she used to set up a table in her bedroom and pretend it was her office.

She had pens and notepads and even though she couldn’t write properly she would scribble endlessly across the paper pretending to write like a big person.

Her desk was always neat. It’s not neat anymore!

Sandy grew up in the Mallee region of Victoria and had to get used to flies and dust at a very young age. She despises flies and dust now.

When she moved to Melbourne to attend hairdressing college she became a city girl and never went back.

Growing up, Ian always wanted to wear the baggy green cap for Australia.

These days, Ian wears many hats at Galway Trading. He motivates the Conni team and is the man responsible for the cheques & balances at Galway Trading.

After spending his first 12 yrs of childhood growing up in Scotland, Max’s brave parents decided to pack up most of the family and look for a new & better life in Australia. And thats exactly what happened.

Rocket first touched a computer back in the early 80’s, a Commodore 64 (not an EJ model). He’s still in front of a screen, Mac preferably, keep the PC’s away :). He has had a few creative pursuits - Illustration, bonsais, custom bicycles but the digital world is still the main outlet.

When she was young, Suze’s dream was to be on Johnny Young’s Talent team. She was forever jumping on the bonnet of the family’s Holden sedan, pretending the radio antenna was a microphone and singing to the neighbourhood like she had just sold out Wembley stadium.  What she lacked in...

Norm has been a nerd all his life... whilst there has been moments in his life where a small amount of "non nerdiness" has come out, he's professional life has revolved around technology of some sort and for almost 20 years now, in the web world.

She is one of the family, our '78 Kombi ute does all the heavy lifting. She goes home with Glenys our CEO during the holidays because Conni Kombi loves to help in the garden. She's quite rare and we quite enjoy her being a part of our team.