Devon Kunkel

Vice President of Technology & Innovation

Digital

Devon leads Alphabet®’s digital team, overseeing all of our major digital projects – from website and app development to campaigns, marketing automation, and search engine optimization. Since joining the team, he has played a key role in transforming our web department, improving processes and helping build customized digital solutions for our clients. Devon also led our initiative to become a Premier Google Partner and holds several Google certifications and awards.

As Vice President of Technology & Innovation, Devon is responsible for the development of new systems and tools, while also devising strategies, budgets, and scopes to ensure an efficient workflow. He is involved in high-level stakeholder meetings, client workshops, and training sessions, and he provides insights and learnings based on analytics.  

Devon is passionate and digitally savvy. He is dedicated to establishing long-lasting relationships with our clients, always striving to maximize their online presence and grow their businesses. His expertise extends to regional, national, and international clients alike. This includes the Canadian Real Estate Association, the Canadian Construction Association, the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation, Tourism Kingston, Government of Nunavut, the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, Electricity Canada, Canadian Parents for French, Hydro Ottawa, and Minto Communities Ottawa.

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Highlights

  • Presenter at WordCamp event hosted by WordPress users 
  • AdWords Display Certification
  • AdWords Search Certification 
  • Google Analytics Individual Qualification
  • Mobile Sites Certification
  • Google My Business Basics Award
  • Activate customer-centric Marketing Award

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