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Jason Hill has joined GJD, the manufacturer of external motion detectors and LED illuminators, as the company’s Commercial Director. Mark Tibbenham, Managing Director of GJD says he has recruited Jason because of big plans. Mark, pictured right, said: “Even though we were 2017 recipients of the Queens Award for Enterprise, International Trade there are a significant number of markets where we have no representation and Jason can help us identify suitable distributors and partners globally. We are also expanding in the US after opening an office in Los Angeles last year and focussing on the Home Automation market there, Jason is extremely well connected with that sector in North America.

“Most importantly GJD has ambitious new product development plans and we need to communicate those effectively to a large potential market. Having worked with Jason over the last few years on a number of projects and partnerships, I felt he was the man we needed to take our business to the next phase.”

Jason, pictured left, said: “It is very satisfying to be working for a British security manufacturer after all these years in the industry. GJD is growing fast and is already recognised as a UK export success story, but there is still so much more potential. I will be busy travelling the world to meet new partners and supporting the US operation as it expands. Mark has already done the hard work of enabling support of GJD products into home automation platforms so I need to work on market awareness. Reliable human detection in external applications is in huge demand from end users and we have the technology to deliver that, I have also seen the product roadmap for the next two years and there are some great projects on the horizon.”

Jason joins from the Taiwanese surveillance manufacturer LILIN, where he was UK MD for 20 years and latterly Group Vice President. He has worked in the security industry since 1990 mainly with manufacturers.


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