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Written: 27 November 2020

Employer conference

COVID-19 has challenged Nambawan Super to find new ways to communicate with members and to limit the face-to-face meetings with members and employers.

 This year, for the first time the fund hosted its annual employer conference through a video live stream which was able to be viewed by employer groups and members around the country.

 In the past the annual employer conference was held in Port Moresby and employers had to fly in to attend. This year the fund was able to host a virtual employer conference streamed live to several sites which included, Port Moresby, Lae, Mt Hagen, Goroka and Kokopo.

 During the employer conference, employer groups were able to hear first-hand about the Fund’s 2019 performance and the challenges of 2020, Member Services overview and member investments.

 Employers were also able to get insights about new campaigns the Fund was working on and exciting changes to the Nambawan Savings and Loans.

Read more in our November edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter.

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