Auckland 2023

20-21 Jun, Tue–Wed 10am–5pm, Auckland Showgrounds

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Jason Happy

Jason Happy

Jason Happy - One of the founders of FMANZ

Jason has held executive and senior management roles in Facilities Management, Health and Safety, Sustainability and Development. His 35 year career has seen him hold roles in listed entities, private companies, and the public sector.
Jason has recently moved into the emerging residential build-to-rent sector after a 20+ years tenure at Kiwi Property, one of New Zealand's largest listed property entities. At Kiwi Property Jason was responsible for ensuring existing properties and new developments were market-leading performers in operational efficiency and effectiveness. Jason also established and managed the company's industry leading sustainability /ESG program, and Health and Safety program. Prior roles included market leading sustainability research whilst in the UK, and a wide range of engineering projects in New Zealand whilst practising as a professional engineer.
Jason holds an honours degree in mechanical engineering, as well as a Master of Science degree specialising in Facilities Management from University College London. Jason is one of the founders of FMANZ, and a past Board Chair.

See Jason Happy live in Auckland 2023

Wednesday 21 June
Jo Duggan, Jack Crutzen, Jason Happy, Tracy Carlin & Lyle Williams - Navigating the Present and Shaping the Future: Challenges and Professionalisation in FM
10:30am-11:15am Seminar Series

This dynamic panel aims to explore the current challenges faced by facility managers (FMs) and how they can proactively address them while focusing on the future of the profession.

During the discussion, each panel member will bring their unique perspective and insights to the table. Provide valuable insights into the expectations of executives from FMs, offering a strategic viewpoint. The panel will delve into timely and relevant questions, offering practical advice and strategies to navigate the numerous present challenges effectively and pave the way for the ongoing professionalisation of the FM field and its important role in the built environment.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and be part of an enlightening conversation that will explore the shape of the future of FM.