Hon Sandra Nori Joins Board - Komosion | Web Strategy, Creative Design, Web Development and Online Marketing

The Hon Sandra Nori joins Komosion board

The Honourable Sandra Nori, a former long-serving Minister in the NSW Government, has joined the Board of digital marketing and website publishing software company Komosion.

Ms Nori was a member of the NSW Parliament for 19 years and served as a Minister of the Crown and Parliamentary Secretary for 12 years. She retired from Parliament in 2007 and has since been appointed a director of the boards of Macquarie University and TAFE NSW.

Komosion is a provider of website content management system software and related Internet marketing services. The company has offices in Sydney and Melbourne and more than 300 clients in Australia, Europe and the United States.

In September Komosion was identified as one of Australia’s 50 fastest growing and most innovative companies in a survey conducted by Smartcompany.com.au.

Ms Nori said: “I’m excited to be joining the Board of an innovative Australian company recognised for its entrepreneurship, already exporting software and providing services which are shaping the future of marketing in Australia.”

Nori served NSW as its Minister for Small Business (and Trade); Minister for Tourism; Minister for Women; Minister for Sport and Recreation; Minister for Major Venues and Events; and Minister Assisting the Minister for State and Regional Development.

Prior to becoming a Minister, Ms Nori also served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health and Deputy Premier and as Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, Minister for Energy and Minister for State and Regional Development.

Komosion’s chief executive, Mr Berry Driessen, said: “Ms Nori's understanding of government, investment attraction and her wide industry contacts will be of great value as we continue to help public and private sector organisations use the internet to communicate, transact and deliver services as cost effectively as possible.”

Ms Nori joins a Board chaired by John O’Neill, with whom she worked when he ran Tourism New South Wales (one of the Government agencies she oversaw) and including former
Melbourne Times newspaper group owner, Shane Higgs, as a non-executive director.

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