On the Move | October 2022

Secure Parking appoints new General Manager

Ping Panjaboon has been appointed as the new General Manager at Secure Parking.

“I want to connect Secure Parking’s successful history with a progressive future with the customer at the forefront,” says Ping.

Ping’s rich experience and drive gave her the opportunity to lead a Property/Tech start-up in Thailand for a few years before returning to New Zealand. 

CKL welcomes Wendy O’Leary

Wendy O’Leary as joined the CKL team as People and Culture Manager.

For 25 years, Wendy worked in the manufacturing sector overseeing the experiences of and building relationships with key clients and customers. During her final three years and after gaining her Diploma in HR Management, this outward focus turned 180 degrees to the needs of the staff working with her.

In joining CKL, Wendy was looking for a business where she could work closely with the directors and stakeholders. “CKL ticks every box for me. It’s a highly functional business, commercially savvy and knows where they’re heading in the next 5-10 years. I’m ready to help execute that business strategy from the inside.”

For Wendy, People and Culture is about communication, clarity and delivering on what you say you’re going to deliver. She looks forward to building on the healthy culture CKL enjoys, and already loves the different vibes across all four of CKL’s offices.

Sean Wijanto joins Templeton Group

Templeton Group has welcomed Sean Wijanto as Development Director. Formerly of Sonn Group, Sean holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Auckland.

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