Thomo’s New Job

I have a new job and I feel good. I started work this month as the Business Development Manager, Australia and New Zealand for a Belgian company, Callataÿ & Wouters. My boss in Singapore and Head Office in Brussels – I am the last bastion.

However, it is difficult to describe how good I feel. The company is modern and progressive and unlike many other software development organisations, this one seems to undersell its product and its abilities. It is also the only company I have been involved with that does not have a list of reference customers, rather that the company is happy if any of its customers are contacted for references.

I am sure you will hear a lot more from me in the future, however, now it is time to try and recover from the jet lag as I am writing this sitting in Brussels – and what a beautiful city that is. I must admit that walking home tonight at the start of autumn, it reminded me of the time I spent in Norway (well, it reminded me of summer in Trondheim).

With between 700 and 900 different beers in Belgium I am sure I will find a number of reasons to visit head office in the future.


3 thoughts on “Thomo’s New Job

  1. Mark Shanley 30 November 1999 / 8:00 am


    Congratulations on the job, sounds like a great company, where will you be located??


  2. thomo the lost 30 November 1999 / 8:00 am

    Sydney. Will be there next week – in Market Street I hope so will maybe have lunch next week.


  3. Mark Shanley 30 November 1999 / 8:00 am


    I am located down at Circular Quay and usually work through lunch. Glenn Stafford, Steve Burman and I are catching up for lunch the week after next, please send my your contact details and I will send you an invite and details.



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