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PORT MORESBY, 26 February 2014 - As all industries in PNG stabilise after a dramatic growth in the national market, the need to maintain productivity in all sectors becomes paramount in the minds of all business leaders. PwC recently made a donation to CPA PNG in support of the organisations Continued Training and Development Program (CPD), through cash and kind. A total of K30, 000 was presented to Jeff Undah, the Deputy Chairman of the CPA Council, for the organisation's continued investment in its' CPA Members. Part of the donation made involved a presentation at the annual CPA conference in November 2013 Sharing PwC's insight in agility through the continuous adaptation of businesses in a turbulent world.
PwC's Principle, Lynn Walsh, upon presentation of the cheque acknowledged the firms's support of CPA PNG's contribution to the profession.
"CPA appreciates Pwc's support and we look forward to a continued partnership, for our members. We recognise that through the support of one of the leading International accounting firms, we are able to provide information and knowledge to our members to enable them to become better professionals."
PwC representatives (Centre) presenting the cheque of K30,000 to CPA PNG representatives from CPA Conference Committee
L-R Jeff Undah - Deputy Chair, Yuwak Tau Executive Director, Lynn Walsh (Principle PwC), Michelle Pelling (Learning and Development Manager, PwC), Conference Committee Members - Lisa Costigan and Thomas Holland.