Gold Coast businesswoman Cherie Gregory won gold in the 2020 Ausmumpreneur Awards in the B2B category for the work with her company, Koben Digital.

Koben Digital is Australia’s premier digital marketing and development agency partnering with government clients, internationally recognised not for profits, and commercial enterprises. Along with her husband, Cherie has built Koben’s reputation as an industry leader in the enterprise digital marketing and content management space. Cherie and her husband have been recognised as MVPs for their contributions to the Umbraco Content Management System and its community.

Cherie said Koben Digital was founded with the vision to deliver digital solutions that raise the bar and empower businesses. “We are particularly proud of our work in the not for profit space, providing strategy and technical expertise to deliver projects such as donation workflows that raise millions of dollars for refugees or delivering a powerful content delivery solution that provides information for those journeying through breast cancer. Our goal is to always be delivering value to our clients and their end-users” she said.

It is her passion for her family that drives Cherie. With the support of her team and the growth of Koben she recently launched the Thumsters Parenting App on IOS and Android.  Thumsters encourages kids to make intentional, respectful behaviour decisions that are in line with a family’s unique values. Thumsters are growing worldwide, specifically in the USA, and have garnered interest from the educational market.

For Cherie, she loves the flexibility of being able to be there for her kids. “For them to come along with me on this business journey is wonderful.  My two eldest work in the business with my husband and I, one as a full-time designer, and my daughter as a marketing intern,” she said. “I am blessed we have managed to all do life together and enjoy the journey while providing them with the opportunities to chase hard after their dreams, which without the success of our businesses would not be possible.”

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