Meet The Team

Stephanie Evans (General Manager):

Stephanie is responsible for ensuring everything runs smoothly at Waverley Media HQ. She joined Tim at Waverley Media in 2012 after running 3 successful local small businesses.

In her spare time Stephanie plays her Ukulele & sings in a local 'UkeJam', and in the band 'Genevieve and the Zut Alors!'. She keeps chickens, and has a passion for knitting, vintage clothing and throwing fancy dress parties. She also enjoys mountaineering as a more adventurous pursuit!

Stephanie has a PhD in Microbiology.

Marion Yates (Front Line Communications):

Ring to place an order and you're more than likely to get the opportunity to speak with Marion. She is responsible for everything important in the day to day 'front line communication' aspects of the business ... she also looks after us all at Waverley Media ensuring there is always a plentiful supply of biscuits, and on occasions treats us to one of her rather special home baked cakes!

Michelle Hudson (Front Line Communications):

When things get really busy you may get to speak with Michelle. Having known Tim for longer than the rest of us, she can always be relied upon to know a fair bit about Tim in the early days when he used to work at the bottom of his garden in a shed! An avid animal lover, Michelle manages to squeeze in a long walk with her dogs most mornings ... good practice for her regular fund raising charity walks.

Lee Stuart-Evans (Financial Products Manager):

Lee-Stuart is a qualified Financial Advisor having worked in the past for Inter-Alliance PLC, Regent Asset Management International and Wellden Turnbull. He has also built and sold 2 businesses in the last decade.

Lee-Stuart speaks with his trademark enthusiasm on financial matters at training sessions and seminars.

In his spare time Lee-Stuart is the Chairman of his local running club, a keen technical diver, holds a private pilots license and plays various instruments in bands. He has also been a Beekeeper for 7 years.

Quentin Lawrence (Writer):

Quentin is another one of Tim's past workshop attendees who joined the Waverley Media team after a number of years running his own online business. He's now responsible for much of the written content on the company's many websites ... He likens the transition from having his own business to working at Waverley Media as 'going from running your own backstreet garage to working in the pit lane at Ferrari'.

He enjoys watching the beautiful game of cricket, walking the dog, spending time with his family and shares Tim's passion of good food... (and occasionally bad food...) and is obviously no stranger to a pub lunch!

Glen Wheeler-Kingshott (Technical Solutions Expert):

Glen is responsible for keeping all the technical aspects of the business running smoothly.

He designs, builds and deploys new product sites, handles all the behind-the-scenes technical elements and manages our data.

What People Say About Us ...

I found it very rewarding. It opened my eyes on home business opportunities. Very well presented. Very open. Excellent.

Bobby Gherra

I'd like to congratulate you on the style and content of your submissions, I'm very new to IM and would definitely emulate 'stories' if ever I get that far. Thank you for the relevance, entertainment value and training they provide.

Lawrence Henson

This morning I made 126 orders... This means that I've passed the the £10k gross sales barrier! I'm excited for the future now, thanks a million - no pun intended, but you know what I mean!

Graham Burt

Hi Tim I did it! my first back end sale!!! My retail price was £297! I'm dead chuffed!!! Thanks Naheed

Naheed Brooking

Tim, a quick update: We've made some money! We launched last Monday. We have started our passive income earnings and our own unique list has started to form - it feels great. The conversion rate after the first day was ~ 4% too. This is our first attempt at anything like this so it was good to see it all come together. So thanks Tim. Gavin Day (Catalyst Digital Media)

G Day

Prior to meeting you I knew nothing about the world of Gambling, Betting-speak or the foreign language of Betting Odds. I was down to my last £20 on Monday morning ... I did at 5.45pm Sunday night reach the £2,000 mark. During the week I had just touched the £1,000 in a day mark too. That's in Week Two of trading. So for anyone struggling this does work just like it says on the box...

Chris Garside