Fujitsu General has been at the leading edge of the local air conditioning market for almost two decades and is confident that the next 12 months will remain healthy for the company. Last month more than 70 delegates attended Fujitsu General’s 18th national conference, held in the Hunter Valley, NSW, from June 14-16. Fujitsu General deputy managing director, Philip Perham likened the manufacturer’s fifth consecutive year of growth to “…the sleeping giant who has woken up”. “Fujitsu is determined to be successful and is committed to investing where necessary to achieve this success, and ensure we understand and deliver our customers’ needs,” Perham said.
Mark Taylor, Marcus Shepes and Toru Ishizuka
Fit 4 Business
The three day agenda included presentations from all departments within the business, as well as guest presentations from Neil Craig, Essendon Football Club’s general manager – football performance, and Michael Maguire, head coach of the 2014 NRL premiers South Sydney Rabbitohs. Both Craig and Maguire shared insights on what makes a team ‘Fit 4 Business’, which was the theme for this year’s conference. The national conference was also an opportunity for Fujitsu to recognise outstanding employee contributions and sales performances. Awards for 2014-15 were presented to: – Marcus Shepes – Business development manager: Retail (Victoria) – David Hurry – Business development manager: Dealer (Queensland) – John McLeod – Business development manager: Commercial (Victoria) The annual Company Distinction Award went to Luke Meyers, the service supervisor in South Australia, and Victorian state manager, David Foley, who was the recipient of the highly valued Bill Gillett Memorial Award for the second year running.