our people

stewart mcconachy

founder & chairman - FFT & managing director - P4

Stewart has forty years in Sales & Marketing and has negotiated the exclusive Australia, New Zealand & Asia-Pacific distribution of Quantified AG RFID Biometric Livestock Tags.
He is the holder of multiple ‘Patents’ for innovative development, design, build and implementation.  These include: Automotive Jack, Portable Sheep/Cattle yards, Traceability  & the first ‘eNVD’ (electronic
National Vendor Declaration) for the MLA.

Matt Makin

founder & Director of fft

Matt is currently the Managing Director of Reach Agri in Timboon, Victoria which is a consultancy business specialising in Animal Health & Nutrition.
Matt has been a former National President of the Australian Veterinary Association, plus a Mayor / Councillor on the Corangamite Shire (Western
Victoria) and brings experience in the governance and the regulatory requirements facing the agriculture sector.

peter landers

Director of fft

Peter is a Fellow of CPA Australis (FCPA), Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (FCA), Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants (FIPA)and Fellow of the Institute of Financial Accountants (FFA). He is also a Registered Company Auditor,
Registered SMSF Auditor and Registered Tax Agent.
Peter is a Past President of the Geelong Chamber of Commerce and Geelong Business Club and has been a director of many organisations over his professional life of over 35 years.

Peter lubcke

technical manager -qag, iot and gps tracking

Peter brings to P4 with 39 years’ experience in the Telecommunications industry and a wealth of knowledge in Telephony, LAN,WAN and WIFI Networks. Peter has a strong understanding of the Quantified AG solutions and has completed multiple installations. His design and build capabilities in IoT have led to several innovative solutions for clients.

andrew white

director of fft

Andrew operates a livestock orientated consulting business in South Australia specialising in Ruminant Animal Health and Nutrition, along with specialty stockfeed's that decrease stock loss as a result of grain toxicity.