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Thursday, 23rd May 2013 at 10:50 am
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A leading Australian Board Search consultancy – Board Portfolio - is offering Not for Profit organisations the opportunity to utilise their board search services at no cost for the month of June.

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Find Your Next Board Member – NFP OFFER
Thursday, 23rd May 2013 at 10:50 am

A leading Australian Board Search consultancy – Board Portfolio – is offering Not for Profit organisations the opportunity to utilise their board search services at no cost for the month of June.

Board Portfolio's Sarah Rouhan says the consultancy is a world class board search and advisory firm with headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

“Normally Board Search services are charged on a set fee basis, which is negotiated with the client prior to commencement, however for the month of June we are offering all Not for Profit organisations the opportunity to utilise our services free of charge,” Rouhan said.

“Our Board Search and Board Advisory services can range from simply providing a ‘prompt’ list for a Nominating Committee to a full Board Search service with advice on appointment and remuneration.

“With access to over 50,000 board directors, advisory panel members and board investors we guarantee our Board Search and Board Advisory services."

“We are delighted to offer our services and partnership with many of Australia's much loved charities and Not for profit organisations. We understand that the NFP industry faces difficulties when sourcing and recruiting top talent across a range of professional functions and through our rigorous search process look forward to introducing top talent to this sector,” the CEO and Founder of Board Portfolio, Kylie Hammond said.

“We have developed and maintain an exclusive network of Board candidates that is always an initial source of discussion with our clients, with a focus on the 'new breed' of board director capable of dealing with today’s directorship issues and challenges.

“We have a highly developed research capacity, excellent contacts and director networks across Boards in Australia, and a reputation for creativity and analytical ability that allows us to identify candidates from 'outside the square'.

“All of our candidate shortlists will include a diversity of qualified people to encourage the consideration of real options for improving the quality of Board composition.

"Confidential board search and selection assignments are always handled personally by Mike Hayes our Director of Board and Executive Search who has over 16 years of experience working in executive and board search recruitment and selection."

For a confidential discussion and more information phone 02 9922 6175.



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