Mark Nolan (PR Professional)

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Mark Nolan "is the Brisbane based Director for Australia’s leading Public Affairs Company, Hawker Britton. He works with a broad range of clients, providing them with expert strategic advice and direction that assist them to compete in the national and global market places. Since 1999 Mark has travelled to the United States of America, attending the International Bio Technology Conferences. He has also taken part in Trade Mission to North America, Chile, Brazil and Europe representing existing Clients and forging new alliances with business and Government. Recognizing the need to encourage Australian business to focus beyond traditional markets, Mark has utilized contacts from across the country to maximize outcomes and develop exciting new opportunities for his Clients. Working with Clients in the areas of energy, infrastructure, finance, regulatory, social policy, education, health, property development, gaming and wagering, manufacturing, minerals and transport, Mark Nolan’s broad experience and expertise is well regarded. With more that 20 of Australia’s top 100 Corporations as Clients, Mark Nolan works with Australia’s leading businesses.

"In addition to his extensive work in providing business and regulatory advice, Mark has successfully managed some of Australia’s biggest public affairs issues. As a result of this he has developed a well-earned reputation as a skilled strategic manager of some of the country’s most difficult public affairs issues. Working at a senior level in successive federal and state elections dating back over the past two decades, Mark has an extensive background in strategic research and campaigning and provides his clients with the most up-to-date advice on corporate campaigning.

"Mark holds degrees in Politics, Industrial Relations and Law. He is admitted to practice as a Barrister in several Australian jurisdictions. Mark is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors." [1]

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  1. Mark Nolan, Eidos Institute, accessed September 4, 2007.