Mic has an extensive engineering background and before taking over at Mitchells he had worked for the US based company, Cargill, for 15 years in various locations in Australia, with the last 5 years in China. He has been involved in many major projects, both in China and abroad, from the conceptual design through to operation. Outside the company, Mic is heavily involved in Australian Rules football in China. Together with Mitchells, he gave up a generous percentage of his time and personal finances to support the Chinese National Team in both the 2008 and 2011 International Cups. In 2011 he won the Australia China Alumni Association (ACAA) award for Entrepreneurship in Beijing.
Gavril is Bulgarian and has been in China since the year 2000, where he has been able to add a forth language to his arsenal! He is a mechanical engineer with a master’s degree in thermo-engineering with a two year specialisation in fluid mechanics. Gavril joined Mitchells Equipment as the Engineering Manager in 2006, and leads all engineering and manufacturing projects.
Chief Financial Officer
Scott has over 7 years of experience in management, corporate finance, and mergers & acquisitions, spanning manufacturing, oil & gas, commodities, financial technology, fund management, infrastructure, and venture capital. Scott started with Mitchells as consultant in September 2016, before converting to a full time role with Mitchells from September 2017
John has over 10 years of experience in Sales, Marketing and Customer Relationship Management in the heavy equipment manufacturing sector. John’s broad experience base has seen him nurture client relationships into tender bids, lead commercial and technical negotiations, monitoring and management projects to completion, and provide continued after sales support to customers with a focus in China, but also Asia, the Middle East and Europe. John graduated from Anhui University of Science and Technology in 2004, and holds a Bachelor of Engineering, majoring in Mineral Process Engineering.
Mark has over 25 years experience in the industrial refrigeration and cold storage business and is also the owner of the Australian company Oomiak. While managing and developing his business in Australia, Mark continues to look for business development opportunities for further expansion into China.
Eytan is based in Singapore and is the founder and principal of Uliel Investments, a direct investment firm with a focus on Asia. Previously he was a managing director and senior executive at two private equity businesses, responsible for Asian investment activities. His leadership role on the company board brings a wealth of corporate experience in the Asian Region.