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Mr. Stephen Williams

Chief Executive Officer and Founder

All Web Cafe Inc

Direct Phone: (610) ***-****       

Email: s***@***.com

All Web Cafe Inc

22 Cassatt Ave Suite 180

Berwyn, Pennsylvania 19312

United States

Company Description

About allwebcafe: allwebcafe delivers interactive branding and marketing services that combine creative design with emerging technologies to address: visibility, interaction and conversion for a variety of industries worldwide. ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Executive Board Member and Marketing Director
USA Rugby League LLC

Chartered Fellow
Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment

Founder
The Antique Wine Company

Founder
Victrex plc

Education

BSc
Economics
Bristol University

Web References (179 Total References)


“Industries like the UFC have created ...

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“Industries like the UFC have created a brand that is recognizable for their own legions of fans,� says Stephen Williams, CEO of allwebcafe. “The trick with Joe Hand was to bridge these expectations, but also position them as a sports promotions company that understands the needs of the client promoting these events.

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“We had to present the right amount of content and interactivity so that users can understand what they are buying and make purchase decisions easy,� says Stephen Williams, CEO of allwebcafe.
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“Through the brand discovery process, we identified repeated questions asked around cost, cleaner water and environmental benefits,� says Stephen Williams, CEO of allwebcafe. “This became the underlying theme for the online redesign, which was aided by customer feedback from online inquiries and sales call centers.�
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“We were fortunate to interview the golf course designer Bobby Weed, who is one of the most respected course designers in the world,� says Stephen Williams, CEO of allwebcafe. “His vision for a rugged, but elegant environment carved out of the landscape became a focus of the online design.
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Steve Williams, allwebcafe CEO spoke about some of the challenges, “The success of the website is showcased through the simplicity of the inrekor layering technology combined with a design experience that takes advantage of the Parallaxis layering programming language.�
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You see a true sense of purpose in how these people really are making a difference�, said allwebcafe’s president, Steve Williams.
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We have to know our clients as well as they know themselves to offer custom crafted interactive solutions,� said Stephen Williams, allwebcafe Founder and Creative Director.
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We are partnering with businesses to create a strategy, improve their customer experience and develop or reposition their product offerings,\ said Steve Williams, President and Creative Director. \The need to manage all their expectations required a restructure under which each group could focus on their roles and create a new process for challenging our clients and driving results.\
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"We kick off every project with an exploratory strategy session, and if the outcome looks different than the client's original ask, it's our job to guide the client down a path that we believe is right and that they may not have even considered," explains Stephen Williams, allwebcafe Founder and Director.
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It’s a commitment to our clients that we react to these trends and lead the way on what is possible.� says Steve Williams, Founder and Managing Director of allwebcafe.
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Steve Williams, allwebcafe Founder and Managing Director, says "Building a web site for ourselves that was unlike any we've seen or built before, and that also delivered on creativity and end-user value, was just the challenge we wanted.
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"What sets us apart is that we not only understand how to integrate all areas of interactive marketing, but we also offer accountability to what we deliver - leadDNA confirms this," says Stephen Williams, allwebcafe Managing Director and Founder.


Nominated by the Institution of Mechanical ...

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Nominated by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Steve was judged against 30 other candidates from 15 Professional Engineering Institutions, who had nominated some outstanding engineers from the 1,632 individuals who achieved IEng in 2012.

Steve has served in the RAF for 28 years and has worked on the maintenance of the Harrier, Sea King and Merlin; managed the Typhoon Avionics Regional Centre and now supervises engineering and generic training at the Air Warfare Centre. He is well acquainted with the human factors and safety issues in the maintenance of aircraft and components, devising and developing processes and equipment or ensuring the provision of tooling to reduce safety risks, for example while testing aircraft electro-mechanical actuators and operating automated test equipment. He also achieved savings on the replacement of underwater locator beacon batteries, and reduced financial expenditure across the avionic and electro-mechanical equipment on the Typhoon fleet. He has interfaced aircraft components from three suppliers in three different countries, and has led a team of 32 personnel through a period of airworthiness governance change. He spends time developing other engineers, is a Professional Review Interviewer for the IMechE and supports the engineering profession as a STEM ambassador, mentoring school teams in, for example, the design, build, test and flight of model aircraft. Steve Williams The judges were impressed by Steve's energy and enthusiasm for engineering, problem solving and innovation, diversity of work, work for professional institutions as a role model for younger people, and tenacity in pursuit of Incorporated Engineer status.
Steve said, "I am delighted to have received this award. The recognition enhances my credibility as an engineer and helps me build my future career goals. I think my skills as a professional review interviewer have helped me to encourage others to add robustness to their careers through professional registration, whether they are at EngTech or IEng level, and looking also to CEng."
Jon Prichard, CEO of the Engineering Council says: "On behalf of the Engineering Council I would like to congratulate Flight Sergeant Steve Williams, who is clearly an outstanding IEng registrant.


Nominated by the Institution of Mechanical ...

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Nominated by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Steve was judged against 30 other candidates from 15 Professional Engineering Institutions, who had nominated some outstanding engineers from the 1,632 individuals who achieved IEng in 2012.

Steve has served in the RAF for 28 years and has worked on the maintenance of the Harrier, Sea King and Merlin; managed the Typhoon Avionics Regional Centre and now supervises engineering and generic training at the Air Warfare Centre. He is well acquainted with the human factors and safety issues in the maintenance of aircraft and components, devising and developing processes and equipment or ensuring the provision of tooling to reduce safety risks, for example while testing aircraft electro-mechanical actuators and operating automated test equipment. He also achieved savings on the replacement of underwater locator beacon batteries, and reduced financial expenditure across the avionic and electro-mechanical equipment on the Typhoon fleet. He has interfaced aircraft components from three suppliers in three different countries, and has led a team of 32 personnel through a period of airworthiness governance change. He spends time developing other engineers, is a Professional Review Interviewer for the IMechE and supports the engineering profession as a STEM ambassador, mentoring school teams in, for example, the design, build, test and flight of model aircraft. Steve Williams The judges were impressed by Steve's energy and enthusiasm for engineering, problem solving and innovation, diversity of work, work for professional institutions as a role model for younger people, and tenacity in pursuit of Incorporated Engineer status.
Steve said, "I am delighted to have received this award. The recognition enhances my credibility as an engineer and helps me build my future career goals. I think my skills as a professional review interviewer have helped me to encourage others to add robustness to their careers through professional registration, whether they are at EngTech or IEng level, and looking also to CEng."
Jon Prichard, CEO of the Engineering Council says: "On behalf of the Engineering Council I would like to congratulate Flight Sergeant Steve Williams, who is clearly an outstanding IEng registrant.


Steve was presented with a ...

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Steve was presented with a prize of £1000, a medal and certificate at the Annual Awards Dinner of the Worshipful Company of Engineers which took place last night.

Nominated by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Steve was judged against 30 other candidates from 15 Professional Engineering Institutions, who had nominated some outstanding engineers from the 1,632 individuals who achieved IEng in 2012.
The judges were impressed by Steve's energy and enthusiasm for engineering, problem solving and innovation, diversity of work, work for professional institutions as a role model for younger people, and tenacity in pursuit of Incorporated Engineer status.
Steve has served in the RAF for 28 years and has worked on the maintenance of the Harrier, Sea King and Merlin; managed the Typhoon Avionics Regional Centre and now supervises engineering and generic training at the Air Warfare Centre. He is well acquainted with the human factors and safety issues in the maintenance of aircraft and components, devising and developing processes and equipment or ensuring the provision of tooling to reduce safety risks, for example while testing aircraft electro-mechanical actuators and operating automated test equipment. He also achieved savings on the replacement of underwater locator beacon batteries, and reduced financial expenditure across the avionic and electro-mechanical equipment on the Typhoon fleet. He has interfaced aircraft components from three suppliers in three different countries, and has led a team of 32 personnel through a period of airworthiness governance change. He spends time developing other engineers, is a Professional Review Interviewer for the IMechE and supports the engineering profession as a STEM ambassador, mentoring school teams in, for example, the design, build, test and flight of model aircraft.
Steve said, "I am delighted to have received this award. The recognition enhances my credibility as an engineer and helps me build my future career goals. I think my skills as a professional review interviewer have helped me to encourage others to add robustness to their careers through professional registration, whether they are at EngTech or IEng level, and looking also to CEng."
Jon Prichard, CEO of the Engineering Council says: "On behalf of the Engineering Council I would like to congratulate Flight Sergeant Steve Williams, who is clearly an outstanding IEng registrant.
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Flight Sergeant Williams is a member of both the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Institution of Engineering and Technology.


allwebcafe launches its mobile website, mobile development firm, agency

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says Steve Williams, Founder and Managing Director of allwebcafe.

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