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Navigator congratulates its Director/Partner, Michael Marr

Navigator congratulates its Director/Partner, Michael Marr


The 16 finalists competing for the Entrepreneur of the Year title were announced in Auckland on 23 July.

“We congratulate all finalists but in particular we congratulate Navigator Director and Partner, Michael Marr” said Navigator Limited Chairman Shaun Coffey.

Mike is Founder and CEO of TPT Group of Companies, which has been a strong performer across a number of industries.

In addition to his company responsibilities, Mike is also on a number of Boards including management consulting company, Navigator Limited.

"I heard the Awards Director said on the night that successful entrepreneurs have an extraordinary passion, self-belief and drive that keeps them going when others might give up. Mike certainly has that and brings it to everything he does. He has brought that sense of doing the right thing and ensuring good quality work is enduring to his work with Navigator. We wish our fellow Navigator all the best for the competition.” Mr Coffey added.

Navigator Limited is a management consulting company based in Auckland. It provides services to organisations from across a number of industries including corporate, Iwi economy, Non-for-profit sector, and government.


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