Terrence Bull has been in business since he was 19 years old. He began his career by inventing an electronic coin reader for vending machines - selling the patent before he was 21 years old. This coin reader is now used in most vending machines worldwide.
Since then he has built two successful advertising agencies before launching Woogloo in 1998: a web based software company combining the services of an advertising agency and a revolutionary, high-end PaaS (Platform as a Service) system - Woogloo V3.
Woogloo now services client in over 30 countries worldwide and boasts one of the most advanced browser based development environments and Website Content Management Systems (WCMS) in the world. It has a complete set of fully integrated business applications - Client Relationship Management (CRM), Accounting System, etc. - built in as port of the base platform that all clients get with their website, which also includes a full e-commerce system.
Terrence has always had a passion to see people succeed in their dreams and business ventures. He has helped thousands of businesses and business people, from start-ups to global corporates, better understand their business in order to realize their dreams. He has worked with his clients to build robust business and marketing strategies supported by automated software systems born from clear down-to-earth thinking that create a platform for success.
He believes that people primarily get into business to get more time and more money. However, the opposite happens. Most are robed of their time, especially with their families, and of their hard earned savings, as well as their ability to borrow, by their business. They become slaves to the beast they created. Their business runs them, not the other way around. His drive is to see people get back the dream they started through good planning and simple to operate automated systems.
In 2012 Terrence and his family moved to Kenya to enter into their calling as missionaries working in a slum in western Kenya.
He currently divides his time between running Woogloo; public speaking; missionary work and leadership training; and his family.