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Al Keck - team member image

Al Keck

Founder/Managing Director

Al has worked closely with leading brands such as Reader’s Digest, Rapha, eBay, Graham & Green, Weird Fish, Cass Art, and Trekwear to name a few. By partnering with his clients he has planned, implemented and redeveloped their online marketing strategies to make them work smarter, propelling their overall online revenue and ROI. 

Through Al’s digital leadership, Infinity Nation has received a number of awards. Most recently, Infinity Nation was named a Top 10 of Elite Agencies by The Drum Independent Census and a Runner-Up of Wiltshire Business of the Year two years in a row. Al’s was also named one of the Top 3 Business People in Wiltshire and became member of Insider Media’s exclusive 42 Under 42 in the South West, Class of 2015.

But it’s not all work and no play. Al also regularly contributes to the community. He has raised over £14K for Winston’s Wish, Parkinson’s UK, United Foundation, and a local primary school by participating in charity cycles. Al is also a regular sailor − competing whenever he can in between time with his son and daughter.

Favourite Things:

  • Ohh tough one - I think its a close call between the Goonies and Cool Runnings
  • Currently enjoying Ed Sheeran, but enjoy anything with a good beat and vibe
  • Dark Rum and Coke is definately up there!
  • Pain is temporary, quitting is forever! ,Or, The difference between Good and Great is that little bit extra