Tristram Travers

Tristram Travers

Tristram Travers is a consultant with over 30 years of management experience in both the public and private sectors, 20 of those in senior leadership positions. In the private sector he led corporate export businesses through high levels of growth and organisational change including twice leading the restructure of companies in financial distress to deliver viable entities. He has passion for developing strategies for business to commercialise ideas, build markets and drive scale. He clearly articulates strategic direction and goals to deliver outcomes in complex environments with multi-stakeholder and multi-business teams.

Tristram Travers is a consultant with over 30 years of management experience in both the public and private sectors, 20 of those in senior leadership positions. In the private sector he led corporate export businesses through high levels of growth and organisational change including twice leading the restructure of companies in financial distress to deliver viable entities. He has passion for developing strategies for business to commercialise ideas, build markets and drive scale. He clearly articulates strategic direction and goals to deliver outcomes in complex environments with multi-stakeholder and multi-business teams.

He came to the public sector with 20 years of experience and understanding of the drivers of the commercial world. He has worked in Austrade in trade development roles both on-shore and off-shore before transitioning to the Department of Industry Innovation and Science. At the Department he led a dynamic team of business advisers providing strategic advice on innovation, international trade and investment, business strategy, R&D, continuous improvement and operational excellence to SMEs.

Tristram initially studied Civil Engineering, has a Master of Business Administration and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute for Company Directors.

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