Duncan Kneller

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Name: Duncan Kneller
Date registered: 4 September 2012
URL: http://www.conject.com


Duncan Kneller is director of sales at Conject. He joined the company in 2000 and quickly established himself as a key sales and account manager, before taking on the sales director role in 2011. Duncan has also spearheaded the company's cycling fund-raising events in recent years.

Latest posts

  1. Connect Plus ‘Brussels 2 Amsterdam’ charity cycle ride — 13 May 2015
  2. Not all CDEs are created equal — 16 April 2015
  3. What is the Common Data Environment? — 17 September 2014
  4. Key issues that will influence the AEC industry in 2014 — 4 February 2014
  5. The history of EVM — 26 November 2013

Most commented posts

  1. The final day of the “Beyond Gold” charity cycle ride — 1 comment

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Sep 27 2012

Duncan pedals “Beyond Gold” on day 1 of charity cycle ride

Isg cyclists

Wednesday 26th September 22:00, Arundel, West Sussex

One down, Two to go! Day 1 started with a drive into London in extremely wet conditions although as Rich and I (5th and 4th from left) unloaded the bikes and walked across Putney Bridge the sun began to shine. It was however short lived and before we actually …

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Sep 25 2012

Preparing for the ISG “Beyond Gold” challenge

Weather cycle

Tuesday 25th September, 10:00, Woking 

After 3 months of preparation and training it was frustrating to find out that we would not, after all,  be granted access to the Olympic Park due to logistical and security concerns. I sat down with Vince (the ride organiser) on Saturday and remapped the route for the ride which …

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Sep 04 2012

Duncan’s going beyond Gold

Velodrome, Olympic Park, London

On 26-28 September, with my colleague Richard Moyle (one of the CONJECT professional services team), I will be riding in the Going Beyond Gold charity fundraising cycle ride organised by our friends at ISG. The objective is raise £15,000, to be shared equally between Chestnut Tree House and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

The route loops across south-east …

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Aug 31 2012

CONJECT welcomes US students to London

Georgia Tech students in Greenwich Park, London

Through our involvement with Gleeds USA and Atlanta Gas Light’s STRIDE program in Atlanta, we have been building a strong relationship with students at the Georgia Tech School of Building Construction. Earlier this summer, we were delighted to host a UK visit from the School, which is one of the top five building and construction schools …

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