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Our very own CulturalPulse General Manager, Mark Panayiotis Notaras, is one of only 50 professionals selected through the University of Melbourne’s fellowship Asialink Leaders Program. 

This program aims to enhance Asia-capable leadership skills, offering insights into Australia-Asia engagement, geostrategic shifts, influence, growth, and digital innovation. With a history over 28 years and 1,100 alumni globally, the Asialink Leaders Program is Australia’s foremost professional development initiative focused on Asia. It addresses the challenges many organisations face in keeping up with the latest developments in trade, investment, and foreign policy for engaging with Asia.

Mark will be equipped with the latest insights, capabilities, and connections to excel in the rapidly evolving Asian landscape, by attending a series of leadership summits across Australia, in addition to virtual hubs and coaching sessions.

During the program, Mark will focus on elevating the role of Australia’s Asian diaspora in enabling closer, trusted relationships between Australia and our Asian neighbours. Since 17% of the Australian population identifies as having Asian ancestry, understanding and authentically engaging with Asian communities in Australia is more crucial than ever.

At CulturalPulse, we are committed to ‘Activating Today’s Australia’ and authentically engaging and reaching multicultural audiences including Asia. 

“I am looking forward to representing CulturalPulse at the Asialink Leaders Program this year, which brings together Australia’s foremost network of Asia-literate leaders and thinkers.” says Mark.


Mark’s participation in the Asialink Leaders Program following our CEO Reg Raghavan’s participation in 2014, reinforces our dedication to this mission.

Congratulations Mark on this remarkable achievement! 

Learn more about the Asialink Leaders Program here.