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Navigator NZ appoints Chair and Director

Navigator NZ appoints Chair and Director

Navigator NZ Managing Partner and Director Nick Alexander has announced the appointment of Shaun Coffey as Chair and Independent Director and Mike Marr as Director.

"These are key appointments for Navigator. It signals a new stage in the development of the company and its vision. We are a group of doers and implementers looking to change the management consulting landscape across the Asia-Pacific.

Shaun is a proven leader having been at the forefront of science and innovation across the Asia-Pacific region for many years. Mike is a Kiwi entrepreneur whose TPT Group of companies are successful across a number of industries in New Zealand" said Mr Alexander.

"Commercial, community, and public sector leaders in today’s environment want experienced professionals like Shaun and Mike to support execution of their plans and leverage the potential of their people. Navigator partners, associates and consultants will provide the necessary support to organisations for their people to grow and deliver on their target outcomes, which includes ensuring organisations are sufficiently aligned to deliver. Leaders like Shaun and Mike don't just say they can deliver; they are have a proven track record" said Mr Alexander.

"The markets response to Navigator has been outstanding so we are proud we have moved quickly to solidifying the governance structure" Mr Alexander added.

Both appointments are effective immediately. Mr Coffey is based in Brisbane, Australia and Mr Marr is in Pukekoke, Auckland.

Further information can be found on www.navigator.kiwi.nz

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