Marc Zao-Sanders - CEO
Marc Zao-Sanders - CEO

Marc started his career in strategy. He then applied the skills learnt there to a number of small businesses including Pure Potential and accessprofessions.com. Over the course of this period he began to realise the shortage of basic business skills in the work place and wanted to do something about it. And so the idea of Excel with Business was born in 2007. Marc is now Skillsology’s managing director.

Adam Lacey - Head of B2C & Operations
Adam Lacey - Head of B2C & Operations
Adam heads up the consumer side of the business and is responsible for sales, marketing and which new courses we create. He enjoys tennis and bad puns. He has been part of Skillsology for 4 years and thinks it is ace…
Juan D'Achiardi - Product Manager
Juan D'Achiardi - Product Manager
Juan joined us from… well, basically all over the place. In fact, he has lived in five countries over the past seven years. Not only did he dedicate his time abroad to trying all of the local dishes, he also learned the respective languages. He brings more than six years of customer service experience to the company along with a healthy mix of energy and wit. In his free time Juan likes learning new songs on the guitar and pondering which language he will conquer next.
Sam Hennessy - Head of Development
Sam Hennessy - Head of Development
Sam heads up our Technical Team. He has been building websites professionally since 2000 and leading teams since 2010. Sam has also had the opportunity to be a programming trainer, spoken at national conferences, written articles for print, and author a book. Born and raised in the UK he returns to England after living in the USA for 10 years. A father of 3, Sam’s happiest when spending time with his family as they explore the UK and Europe.
Natalia D'Achiardi - Customer Service Lead
Natalia D'Achiardi - Customer Service Lead
Natalia joined the company in July 2015, having previously worked in the Perfume shop part-time while studying for a degree in Digital Media at the University of Westminster. She moved to the UK from her native Colombia 12 years ago and is fluent in both Spanish and English. Before the Perfume Shop she worked for Hispanic radio station Aculco Radio, working her way up from an internship. In her spare time she enjoys cracking rubiks cubes and loves the cinema, this being the main reason she studied digital media at uni.