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New Appointment Visa International


New Appointment Visa International

Visa International today announced the appointment of Mr. Andrew Woodward as Director of Corporate Communications, Australia & New Zealand.

Andrew joins Visa International from Gavin Anderson & company where he was a communications adviser to the Governments of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea In major events and sport he also worked for the Sydney Olympic Games, Rugby World Cup 2003 and Australian Soccer.

Andrew has 20 years experience in communications having been a Ministerial Adviser to the Australian and New South Wales governments and a political broadcast journalist. He has also worked in a range of public and private sector organisations on strategic communications and issues management. Andrew will be responsible for a range of communications issues including media relations, stakeholder management and public relations.

Visa International Visa is the world's leading payment brand generating more than US$2.7 trillion in annual card sales volume. Visa has unsurpassed acceptance in more than 150 countries. The Visa organization plays a pivotal role in developing innovative payment products and technologies to benefit its 21,000 member financial institutions and their cardholders. Visa is a leader in Internet based payments and is pioneering the creation of u-commerce, or universal commerce, the ability to conduct commerce anywhere, anytime and any way.


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