MNG appoints Alan Prudames to board in east coast push

By on 15 April, 2020

West Australian survey and spatial group MNG appoints Sydney-based Alan Prudames as it continues its expansion east.

Material released by MNG suggests they are experiencing significant growth in their east coast markets, and that the company welcomes Mr. Prudames’ experience in surveying and property development.

CEO Scott Anderson said the appointment aligned to the vision and strategic planning of the organisation.

Mr. Alan Prunames, the most recent appointee to the MNG board.

“Alan brings extensive business development and leadership experience, both of which will complement the current board as we continue to grow across the eastern seaboard. He is a well-recognised and trusted consultant with the depth of relationships necessary to support the expansion of our capabilities in laser scanning projects which are particularly in demand in these markets,” he said.

Mr Prudames said, “I have a long held respect and admiration for the executive leadership at MNG. Known for its leading innovation in our industry, I look forward to contributing towards its continued growth outside of Western Australia.”

Mr. Prudames’ appointment to the MNG board is effective immediately.

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