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Award-winning BoardPAC sponsors Australian Governance Institute’s National Conference 2018

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BoardPAC officials attending the Governance Institute of Australia’s National Conference 2018 held recently (from left): BoardPAC Director Sales, Asia Pacific Colin Panagakis, Governance Institute of Australia National Manager, Partnerships Maryanne Brogan, BoardPAC Regional Sales Manager Nirukshan Dassanayake, BoardPAC Business Development Manager Nathan Terrington, Governance Institute of Australia CEO Megan Motto, BoardPAC Global Marketing Manager Sarath Perera


Globally recognised and among the most awarded Board Management Solution providers BoardPAC, sponsored the Governance Institute of Australia’s National Conference 2018. 

The event titled ‘Purpose. Performance. Value.’ was held during the last week of November, at the Crown Conference Centre Melbourne, Australia attracting over 500 business leaders, eager to understand and discuss the latest insights on the future of governance and risk management across industry sectors.

As a sponsor for the event, BoardPAC contributed towards providing a platform for participants to build their network with business leaders from Australia and beyond. Over 60+ expert professionals and prominent practitioners addressed the attendees over two days on how the changes in corporate governance could affect societal purpose, sustainability and long-term value.

Commenting on sponsoring this important event BoardPAC Director and CEO Lakmini Wijesundera said, “We are privileged to participate at this important event as a sponsor. As a company which fosters and promotes corporate governance solutions we are committed to support the efforts of the conference organisers to further promote the adoption of international best practices in the boardroom.”

BoardPAC is a globally commended multinational that provides board meeting automation solutions to over 60,000 users worldwide. Having garnered worldwide popularity as a brand, BoardPAC has also earned the mantle of #1 in Asia based on market share. 

The company covers over 20 countries including India, United States, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Africa, Sri Lanka etc.Emerging as a leader across the globe, the service is used by a host of Fortune 500 companies internationally as the preferred choice for Board meeting automation. Leading corporates such as Maxis, Deloitte, XL Axiata, Prudential, Bumi Armada, RHB Banking Group, Hong Leong Banking Group, Bursa Malaysia (Stock Exchange of Malaysia), Affin Bank, Astro, Bombay Stock Exchange, Power Grid Corporation of India, IDBI Bank, Container Corporation of India, LIC Housing Finance Ltd., Bank of Ceylon, Colombo Stock Exchange, Carson Cumberbatch PLC, John Keells Holdings, Sri Lanka Telecom, Hemas and MAS Holdings as well as the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) are a few of BoardPAC’s success stories across the globe. 


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