Welcome Paul and Emily to Team APAC

December 17, 2019

The Equiem machine sees constant activity on every level, including amongst our teams of highly talented people.

With offices now established in New York, Los Angeles and London, as well as across Australia, there are exciting and rewarding opportunities for our staff to work

Overseas and we have already seen team members head offshore, return to us in Australia and sometimes work across three continents.

Alongside international opportunities, we are also hugely proud of the flexibility we are able to offer our people at Equiem. Over the past year, we are delighted to have welcomed 13 babies to the Equiem APAC family with three more on their way in early 2020.

As a result of this constant growth and renewal, we are delighted to have welcomed a number of key senior leaders to the Equiem APAC team in the past couple of months. Amongst them are:


Paul is a global business and software executive who brings significant experience in strategy, development and operations as well as a technical engineering background. A versatile international leader, he has lived and worked in multiple countries over the past two decades, with roles including General Manager at PropertyIQ, Head of Global Partnerships at Intuit, and a Management Consultant at Bain & Company. Paul will be leading our Business Development initiatives across Australia and APAC more widely.


Emily is a senior marketing professional with experience in the retail, hospitality and commercial property markets. With a focus on developing strategic initiatives, Emily has held senior positions with a number of well known brands and businesses across Australia, including as Chief Marketing Officer with leading men’s footwear brand, Aquila, and more recently as Head of Marketing with women’s fashion and retail brand Blue Illusion. Emily now leads our customer engagement initiatives for APAC.


Paul and Emily bring a wealth of complementary experience to the team and we are delighted to have them on board!


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