Leading Australian ICT consulting and digital business DB Results has appointed Chris Pearce as Managing Partner.
Pearce is a highly experienced professional whose career is marked by success and achievement at the highest levels of both the commercial and public sectors. He has held senior executive roles both within Australia and internationally in the telecommunications, information technology and entertainment industries, together with having been a Member of the Australia Parliament (House of Representatives) and the Federal Government Ministry.
Pearce’s diverse business experience has also included serving on commercial, government and not-for-profit boards and he is currently Deputy Chairman and Non-Executive Director at the St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research, a Non-Executive Director of Creative Partnerships Australia, a Non-Executive Director of the McKinnon Institute and an External Representative on the Learning, Engagement & Innovation Board Committee of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Pearce is also an Adjunct Professor at Deakin University, providing industry expertise and insight in the areas of Executive Leadership, Professional Development and Strategy/Value-Creation.
“We are delighted to have Chris join our team at DB Results. His depth and breadth of experience will be imperative as we continue to focus our efforts on delivering outstanding products and services to our clients and partners,” Gavin Bunshaw, DB Results CEO, said.
“Chris will be a vital member of our senior executive leadership team and will have a focus on working with the team as we develop and continue to grow our partnership with clients in sectors such as financial services, public sector, health, energy and utilities."
Pearce said, “I am so pleased to be joining the team at DB Results. I have known many of the people in the company for a number of years and have always been impressed with their commitment and dedication to delivering results for their clients and their genuine desire to use technology to make a real difference in people’s lives.”