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New Sales Executive for Q.I. Press Controls

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Oosterhout – Mathijs Baron was appointed as the new Sales Executive for Q.I. Press Controls at the beginning of 2015. Mathijs steps into the shoes of Christian Janse who, after spending several years with Q.I. Press Controls, has taken up a new challenge outside the company. As Sales Executive, Mathijs will be responsible for the south of Europe, the UK and South Africa. 

Mathijs is 28 years old and comes from Oosterhout, the Netherlands. He spent the last half year of his studies on the Caribbean island of Curaçao, obtained his teaching degree in 2009 and left the Netherlands to live and work in Beijing. There he helped set up an English curriculum for Chinese primary schools, worked as an agent to supply primary schools with teachers and created a programme to promote English-language books in Beijing’s main public library. He came back to the Netherlands in October 2014. Clearly, Mathijs has an appetite for travelling, but also for cooking and motor bikes.

He is ambitious, a keen listener and is always able to come up with a fitting solution to a problem. Menno Jansen, managing director of Q.I. Press Controls, is convinced Mathijs will take up this new challenge with great gusto. “Mathijs,” he explains, “made an excellent job of selling himself at the interview! His smart appearance, communicative skills and get-up-and-go will definitely work in his favour.” 

Mathijs will be working for the Sales department. Sales Manager Jaco Bleijenberg believes he will be a great asset to the team. He explains: “Mathijs fits in well. His enthusiasm is palpable, he is commercially minded and has international working experience. Those are three attributes that certainly help in our department.”

Q.I. Press Controls is delighted to welcome Mathijs to the team. “Customers are the lifeblood of all business,” he explains. “For that reason, I believe it’s important to listen to what they have to say. So, first and foremost, I’m here to listen.”

 

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