Georgette Tan
Georgette Tan

Georgette Tan

Senior Vice President, Communications, Asia Pacific

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Georgette Tan is Senior Vice President, Communications for the Asia Pacific region at Mastercard. In this role, she is responsible for external and internal communications and corporate social responsibility throughout this region. Ms. Tan has worked to establish Mastercard as a thought leader by leading the development and promotion of Mastercard’s suite of research properties which serve as a benchmark for a myriad of economic, industry and consumer trends. In 2005, she helped launch an index that specifically measures women’s socio-economic advancement in the region.

Ms. Tan joined Mastercard in 2000. Over the years, she has driven numerous education and development programs to help empower women and children across the region. She was instrumental in launching Mastercard Purchase with Purpose™, a transactional philanthropy platform that provides Mastercard cardholders the opportunity to make a difference in the community. Prior to joining Mastercard, Ms. Tan worked at CNBC Asia, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board.

Ms. Tan currently serves on the Executive Committee of the National Committee for UN Women Singapore where she is co-founder for the award-winning Project Inspire initiative.

Ms. Tan is a graduate of the National University of Singapore. She is based in Singapore.

Email: georgette.tan@mastercard.com
Phone: +65-6390-5871

Recent Posts

To tweet this news, copy and paste http://news.mstr.cd/2tDLwsT to your Twitter handle with the hashtag #MastercardNZ Auckland, New Zealand – 20 June, 2017 – Mastercard’s biannual survey on travel trends has revealed that Kiwis are increasingly travelling to New Zealand destinations for their holidays. The biannual survey revealed three quarters of respondents chose to travel …
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To share this research, copy and paste http://news.mstr.cd/2sl0y9K to your Twitter handle Auckland, New Zealand – 13 June 2017 – Almost one in ten Kiwis are regularly embracing the convenience of shopping online, according to new Mastercard research. The Mastercard survey of over 1,000 New Zealanders found the majority of New Zealanders use the internet to …
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Colombo, 12 June 2017 – Lending its support to the tens of thousands of Sri Lankans severely affected by flooding and landslides following recent torrential rains, Mastercard announced that it has partnered with the United Nations World Food Programme’s (WFP) flood relief efforts in Sri Lanka. During a visit to the country on 5-8 June, which …
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Empower women entrepreneurs through financial literacy program Singapore – 17 May, 2017 – Mastercard has announced the 4th phase of its financial literacy program for women entrepreneurs, as part of the company’s regional strategy to empower women and girls across the region with the skills needed to stand on their own feet and support themselves …
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Tweet: #ASEAN youths more confident about tomorrow than older generations, reports #Mastercard Index of Consumer Confidence http://news.mstr.cd/2pfXY03 Singapore, 8 May 2017 – While youthful optimism in the ASEAN region is buoying consumer confidence, sentiment amongst older consumers is significantly more reserved, according to the latest Mastercard Index of Consumer Confidence. Revealed today ahead of the …
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New program seeks to help micro and small businesses overcome barriers to growth Jakarta, 5 May, 2017 – The Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth today announced a partnership with Mercy Corps to help entrepreneurs in Malang City and Malang District overcome barriers to growth, join the formal economy and build more resilient and sustainable businesses.  These entrepreneurs …
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The Mastercard-CrescentRating Global Muslim Travel Index 2017 provides businesses with deeper insight into the Muslim travel segment, spend habits, attitudes and activities across 130 destinations. Check out our Digital Press Kit for more information on the Index!  

Malaysia and Singapore continue to top the list of OIC and non-OIC markets for the third consecutive year Indonesia, Japan and Taiwan saw the biggest improvements in ranking on the overall top 10 list Singapore remains as the only non-OIC destination in the overall top 10 In 2016, there were an estimated 121 million Muslim …
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First launched in 2015, the Mastercard-CresentRating Global Muslim Travel Index has now become the premier resource in benchmarking destinations across the world on how they are engaging with one of the fastest-growing tourism sectors in the world – the Muslim travel market. While the GMTI 2015 covered 100 destinations, the 2017 Index has been expanded to …
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