Mark Julian
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Mark Julian

Pāmu / Landcorp

General manager, dairy operations

  • Appointed October 2014.
  • Joined Pāmu as a business manager in Wellington before moving south to spend two years on the West Coast as a farm business manager, then returning to Wellington in 2011 as a senior business manager.
  • Winner of the 2013 Young Executive of the Year award at the Deloitte Top 200 Business awards.
  • Holds a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in agriculture from Massey University. Awarded the William Gerrish Memorial Prize in farm management.

Career

DairyNZ
Consulting Officer
Feb 2005 - Jul 2007
Pāmu / Landcorp
General Manager, Senior Business Manager - Dairy, Farm Business Manager, Business Manager - Dairy
Jul 2008 - Present

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