ganad is a state of mind. Bereft of the confines of conventional wisdom, we constantly strive to think new ideas, see new opportunities, start new trends and fine new methods.
ganad is innovation where outdoor is concerned, rejecting the notion that what was effective in the past will continue to be so in the future.
gands is the promise of bigger and better things to come, combining both the substance and style synonymous with the legacy of excellence that our name represents.
ganad is always eager for young blood to pump fresh life into the company. If you live and breathe outdoor like we do, we'd love to hear from you.
Armed with a Master of International Finance from Curtin University of Technology, Kenson brings his expertise in macroeconomics to the fore in leading ganad’s expansion in Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia.
He first cut his teeth in management consulting at Accenture, a six-year tenure that saw him chart a meteoric rise through the company ranks. As a manager in the Corporate and Operational Strategy team, Kenson has advised a variety of multinational clients across different vertical industries in Australia and South East Asia.
His versatility stands him in good stead in his current role as Director of Business Development at ganad Indochina. When not supervising full optimisation of operational procedures, Kenson identifies and leverages on growth opportunities, particularly in Myanmar where he was instrumental in establishing a bus shelter outdoor advertising network in the capital city and achieving a 75% spike in revenue in his first full year.
A former competitive Brazilian Jiujitsu practitioner, Kenson now juggles his time between his home base of Yangon and wherever his wanderlust takes him.
Sarah epitomises the personal development tantamount to a constantly-growing organisation. Hired as a secretary in 1998, she quickly learned the tricks of the trade and embedded herself as an indelible facet of ganad’s core business activities.
Stints in the two departments of production and client servicing has armed her with the skills necessary to succeed in her current position. Sarah is the Site Development Department’s go-to wonder woman for administrative matters as well as council and landowner liaison.