6 April 2022
PSDI Leadership Matters report discussed in PNG roundtable

PSDI and its PNG partners hosted almost 100 guests in Port Moresby at the Women in Business Leadership Breakfast event, launching PSDI’s Leadership Matters report with a bang.

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3 September 2020
IPA and PSDI sign MOU to extend partnership and continue working to make doing business easier in PNG (EMTV)

The Investment Promotion Authority, Department of Treasury, and PSDI, with support from the PNG-Australia partnership, signed a memorandum of understanding designed to make doing business easier in Papua New Guinea. (News item courtesy of EMTV).

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20 April 2020
Senior Women’s Business Leadership program: Papua New Guinea

In the Pacific, women are under-represented in senior professional and #leadership roles. PSDI works with partners to deliver training and mentoring to help prepare professional women for leadership positions.

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10 March 2020
Launch of online Cook Islands Companies, Incorporated Societies, and Personal Property Securities Registry

In the Cook Islands, the activation of the Manatua communications cable, scheduled for mid-2020, is going to dramatically increase digital connectivity. PSDI has been helping the Government of Cook Islands prepare for this by ensuring the country has a modern, enabling business environment. This has involved reforming important business laws, and the development of an online Companies, Incorporated Societies, and Personal Property Securities Registry. The registry is making crucial business administration...

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4 March 2020
New loan product developed for women farmers in Papua New Guinea: EMTV news

EMTV covers the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement between Women's Micro Bank and NKW Fresh Produce to launched an innovative new loan product developed with support from PSDI.

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16 September 2019
Cryptocurrencies, ICO's and Facebook's Libra; implications for the Pacific

Interest in fintech, blockchain, cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings, and their potential in the Pacific, is extraordinarily high and growing. However, in scholarly literature and the media there is widespread misunderstanding about many aspects of this phenomena.

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