Hello – Our names are Chris and Rowena Tutauha. In 2004 just after we arrived back in Perth, after 11 years,  we founded Teknacool Marketing. We started with only one service and one way to get customers. That was door to door sales. 

We had no website, no social media platforms and we had no list of contacts. We couldn’t afford to build a website so I enrolled in an online university to learn IT.

We soon discovered that door to door sales and digital marketing is personal development in disguise. It has helped us identify character defects and change them.

As time went by we began to work with others in the door to door industry which is where we discovered the power of community and collaborative connections.

Serving happy customers and building strong relationships is the fruit of adding value to people’s lives.

My goal is to help prospective clients clearly understand what is on offer. - Chris Tutauha

As a sales professional I believe we must have a strong, aggressive 52 week financial destination. It’s all about helping those who know, love and trust me with what I have on offer for my clients.

In my experience I have found that sales professionals with strong, aggressive financial goals also have strong moral fortitude and an unbelievable attitude of doing the right thing because it is the right thing to do. They live and breathe honesty, integrity and transparency.

They also have great communication skills saturated with a clear understanding of what product or service they are offering, so much so they have excellent business acumen, empathy and very discerning of people from all walks of life.

code of conduct

Understand what a Code of Conduct is.

Industry codes can provide the necessary regulatory support for industry. They can guard against misconduct and opportunistic behaviour, while fostering long term changes to business culture.

They can be described as a set of rules or standards of conduct for an industry, including the relationship between industry participants or their customers.

Codes of conduct can be mandatory or voluntary:

  • Prescribed mandatory codes provide a set of rules or minimum standards for an industry, including the relationship between industry participants or their customers. They are prescribed as regulations under Competition and Consumer Act 2010. Go to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) website find out the mandatory industry codes.
  • Non-prescribed voluntary codes are a form of industry self-regulation. Voluntary industry codes are usually flexible and can change in response to industry or consumer needs. They set out specific standards of conduct for an industry including how to deal with its members and customers. Go to the ACCC website to learn more about voluntary codes.