19 SEPTEMBER 2022
Auckland, New Zealand - Faraday specialists in establishing and managing Professional Advisory Boards for small and mid-market companies, today announced that experienced Chair, Wyn Osborne has joined the firm as a professional advisory board chair for small and mid-market businesses.
Wyn is an experienced advisory board chair, board member, governance chair and former CEO and COO. He has led, managed and advised companies across a broad range of sectors including finance, broadcasting, education, social services, entertainment, housing, vehicle leasing and crisis management.
Wyn specialises in providing guidance on generating and managing rapid growth. He has developed expertise at managing complexity and uncertainty, with these skills developed through his early working years leading teams in the marine construction industry and refined through his crisis management work.
Wyn has been involved with start-up and mature enterprises in the commercial, social enterprise and iwi development sectors.
Faraday Co-Founder Henry Lynch said `Wyn is able to provide strong skills and experience in high demand from Faraday clients in the current economic environment.
Wyn’s experience is across a range of sectors, including financial services, social enterprise, education and crisis management. He has a strong passion for working with growth orientated businesses and people.
Wyn is a valuable addition to the firm’s team of professional advisory board chairs as Faraday expands throughout New Zealand and Australia”
Faraday reported that COVID-19 has accelerated trends that were already confronting industries and traditional business models. Companies who were future-ready and had access to high levels of problem solving capability from their executive and advisors have reaped the benefits of the COVID-19 accelerant . Others however, had become victims of the speed of change. Faraday are seeing demand for seasoned advisory board chairs in both cohorts.
Faraday specialise in establishing and managing professional advisory boards small and mid-market companies in Australia and New Zealand.