Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Alan McDonald

Alan McDonald

Managers & Executives
General Manager - Advocacy
Contact details
  • Phone
    +64 93 670934
  • Mobile
    027 809 4398
  • Email
    alan.mcdonald@ema.co.nz
  • Website
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Industry & Manufacturing; Policy & Law

Alan McDonald is the GM Advocacy for the EMA. Alan’s role is to set and guide the policy agenda for the EMA and lobby both central and local government on behalf of the organisation. He also oversees ExportNZ in the Upper North Island with oversight of regional operations in Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga. He has a background in corporate and public affairs especially in developing and implementing large scale campaigns to effect significant industry change or achieve critical business goals.

 

 

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