Mair takes top Testo job

Mair takes top Testo job

Testo has appointed Jason Mair as its new managing director, and says the team is looking forward to continued success and partnerships utilising his leadership and extensive experience.

Mair was formerly head of sales for SICK Pty Ltd, responsible for sales across Australia and New Zealand. Before that, he was responsible for product management and marketing, where he repositioned the team from an operational to a strategic function.

Testo says Mair is a customer-focused professional who excels in a team environment, removes barriers, empowers staff and builds meaningful relationships at all levels.

Mair describes himself as authentic, fun, hardworking, resilient and empathetic. He is also a Western Bulldogs supporter and club member of 31 years. He says his mission and vision for Testo is to create an environment where the business can exceed customers’ expectations.

 

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This article appears in ecolibrium’s Feb-March 2023 issue

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