Repairify Appoints Tristan Sender As General Manager In ANZ

Advanced vehicle diagnostic and calibration technology provider Repairify has appointed Tristan Sender to lead the company’s push into the Australian and New Zealand markets.

Repairify described its new general manager as an accomplished business development and technology leader who brings a wealth of experience to the operation. The company said he brings “a proven track record” of driving growth in start-up businesses, equipping him to lead Repairify’s launch into the Australian and New Zealand markets.

“We are delighted to welcome Tristan Sender as our inaugural general manager,” said David Fraser, Repairify Board Chair. “His exceptional leadership skills, understanding of automotive technology and entrepreneurial acumen make him an ideal choice to lead Repairify. We have great confidence in his ability to set up Repairify for success in Australia and New Zealand.”

Sender has more than 16 years’ experience in automotive, leading GoGet Carshare in Australia as CEO and working as Area Manager Operations at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in the UK.

As CEO of GoGet Carshare, Sender spearheaded the expansion of Australia’s first subscription-based car-sharing organisation, leading the growth of membership from 4,000 to more than 100,000 and expanding the fleet from 150 to 3,000 vehicles.

Most recently, Sender was CEO and co-founder at Floraly, where he grew a flower gifting start-up into a nationally recognised brand. He led the launch into new markets across Australia, establishing a comprehensive nationwide flower gifting service.

“A key factor contributing to the success of these ventures has been Tristan’s ability to build exceptional teams, foster a culture of ownership and deliver an exceptional customer experience,” said Repairify. “These skills, along with his enthusiasm for embracing cutting-edge technologies, will be instrumental in driving the growth of Repairify and helping mechanical workshops and collision repairers tackle the challenges of the ever-evolving automotive industry.”