Tuesday, 06 July 2021
Former Minister, NSW Parliament, The Hon. Virginia Judge Joins Pioneering Communication Organisation as a Commercial Advisor
- World’s first communication and personal development coaching tool, Launches in Australia
Pioneering communication coaching business based on AI technology has attracted the support of the Honourable Virginia Judge as Commercial Advisor.
Already having secured $500K in seed funding to launch, founder and CEO of GetMee, Balendran Thavarajah, said that Ms Judge’s passion for education and positive social change aligns perfectly with GetMee’s vision. He said that her experience and knowledge of the industry will be valuable as the organisation expands globally over the next 12 months.
“I am very selective with the companies I give my time and energy to. The GetMee mission resonated with me; the product is innovative and can make a meaningful difference in people’s lives. I look forward to working with the team,” said Ms Judge.
“As a former Labor politician with various ministerial portfolios including Fair Trading, Arts and Citizenship in the NSW Parliament, we are delighted to have Virginia join GetMee,” Mr Thavarajah said.
“In addition, Virginia has held Board positions in respected organisations such as the Australian Museum Sydney and has now been appointed to the board of governors.”
Some of Virginia Judge’s connections include major institutions such as the Member of NSW Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association; Member of the Asia-Pacific Friendship Group; Australian Institute of Company Directors, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia.
Mr Thavarajah said Ms Judge would advise GetMee on the commercialisation, ‘Go to Market’ and expansion strategies.
“The GetMee application is an innovative tool powered by Advanced Artificial Intelligence technology that objectively measures and then enhances the social, emotional and communication skills of the individual,” he explained.
According to Mr Thavarajah, GetMee’s communication and personal development real-life human coaches support the AI application. The video collection and other content supplied in an online library helps individuals grasp advanced concepts. It actually learns and evolves with the customer, so they keep growing and improving.
“GetMee is effectively a private coach, and the customer’s data stays securely on the mobile device. Corporate teams will have the ability to enhance the clarity of their communication to increase productivity, increase English language proficiency, and social and emotional skills,” he said.
For further information:
- Kerry McDuling, tel: + 61 410 578 194 – Kerry@mcdulingpr.com.au