MOSS­MAN COM­PUT­ING JUSTIN AND MICHELLE VAN DYK

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - BUSINESS -

AF­TER from home for the past six years, Justin and Michelle Van Dyk de­cided to ex­pand their busi­ness and opened Moss­man Com­put­ing. The move al­lowed them to ex­pand their busi­ness and into re­tail, sell­ing desk­tops and lap­tops and also of­fer an in­ter­net kiosk for peo­ple to ac­cess com­put­ers con­nected to the in­ter­net.

“came in to work with the Wendy with Busi­ness Ini­tia­tive Group and what started as an of­fi­fice cor­po­ra­tion has grown big­ger than ex­pected and we have man­aged to take over many print­ing ser­vices,” Justin said.

“It’s been quite an ex­cit­ing move for us and we seem to be chang­ing and adding more each week, are notic­ing it and com­ment­ing.

“We do com­puter re­pairs and up­grades and be­cause we have stock on-site, the turn­around is quick - we it straight back sav­ing peo­ple a trip down to Cairns.

“There seems to be a lot of peo­ple say­ing to us, es­pe­cially with the print­ing ser­vices, they’d usu­ally have to go to Cairns to get that done.”

The Van Dyks were lucky enough to ease into es­tab­lish­ing their small busi­ness and mov­ing into a shop which used to be a com­puter shop - there was al­ready “foot traf­fific through the door”.

And to top it all off, Moss­man Com­put­ing won the best cus­tomer ser­vice award in the Cairns re­gion last year, which has helped pro­mote busi­ness fur­ther.

“That was a big help for us and now with the shop, 2012 is go­ing to be a big year for us,” Justin said.

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