Matt Seadon

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Matt is General Manager of Asia Pacific at Achievers, an industry-leading provider of employee recognition and engagement solutions. He is responsible for the organisation’s Asia Pacific business, including sales and client service teams in Melbourne, Sydney and Singapore. With nearly two decades of industry experience, Matt was previously General Manager of Recognition at Blackhawk Network, Asia Pacific and General Manager and Director at Grass Roots Group.

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