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IPA executive elected to global body for small business

IPA executive elected to global body for small business

The Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) executive Vicki Stylianou has been elected to a major posting at the International Council for Small Business (ICSB).

  • AFlores
  • October 10, 2018
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As the IPA's executive general manager, advocacy and technical, Ms Stylianou has been appointed as the ICSB's senior vice president - development.

IPA chief executive Andrew Conway congratulated Ms Stylianou on the appointment, calling it a recognition of her commitment to policy and advocacy.

“Vicki’s role with the IPA is one of carrying a strong advocacy voice on behalf of our members and the small business community; this two-year appointment is a natural extension of her role and signifies the IPA Group’s commitment to support small business at a global level," Mr Conway said.

“I am confident that Vicki’s skills in policy, advocacy and background as a practitioner will be a great asset to the ICSB."

Ms Stylianou’s ICSB role responsibilities will include enhancing relationships with ICSB affiliates, the introduction of new affiliates and the creation of a global public relations strategy.

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