Governance Bio
Nico Wamsteker
Appoint Professional

Nico Wamsteker

Bay of Plenty
25 Years
Paid or Unpaid Roles

Interested In:


Private company
Listed company
Incorporated Entity
Government Sector Org


Advisor / Advisory Board
Board Member
Committee Member
“Nico’s STRONGEST BEHAVIOURS based on which predicts & analyses behavioural patterns, motivations & needs of job candidates.Proactive, assertive and sense of urgency. Quick in connecting to others. Builds relationships. A motivator who pays attention to other’s points of view. Collaborative: works with and through others.”


Special Interest Groups

Governance Roles


Catchi Ltd

March 2017 - Present (1 years)

Catchi is a IT Company specialising in web-site optimisation and the owners have experienced significant growth over the last 3 years. Initially the role was presented as a mentor role, however it soon included advisor to budgeting, goal setting and management reporting.


Digital Efficiency Ltd

November 2016 - Present (1 years)

Digital Efficiency is a small team who pull together people, process and innovation, connecting specialists, smart software and kiwi ingenuity to build customised, tech-based solutions. With the IoT (Internet of Things) technology being implemented at a rapid pace, the opportunities this represents in commerce are endless and these guys believe by connecting people, process and innovation, they will give you the insight you need to adapt, evolve and respond, growing your competitive edge in this newly developing Digital World.

Executive Roles



January 2004 - December 2007 (3 years)

The founder of Servilles, Paul Serville, made contact with the comment that "the Company was achieving significant revenues however it wasn't translating into bottom line results. Although hairdressing was totally different to import/marketing/distribution, after a quick analysis, basic accounting, budgeting and goal setting criteria were either not evident or totally misrepresented. The remedy was to set new goals, introduce an new Point of Sale accounting system, and understand the drivers of the business. After 3 years and the appointment of a new CEO, the business flourished and the business sold non core activities (Servilles Spa) and purchased an additional Hairdressing School to make Servilles the significant Hairdressing Academy in NZ.

Managing Director

Monaco Corporation Ltd & Transmark Corporation Ltd

September 1978 - December 2000 (22 years)

I secured the NZ Distribution rights of CASIO and started MONACO from scratch. From a zero base in 1978 sales revenues grew to NZ$120 million in 2000 by the addition of Distribution Agreements with PIONEER, TOSHIBA, NINTENDO, TDK, WHARFEDALE and the acquisition of the Australian Distributor for CASIO and AIWA. Moyes & Groves, a listed Company purchased MONACO I became Managing Director of the publicly listed Company & the name Moyes & Groves was changed to Transmark Corporation Ltd. In May 1986, Transmark purchased the CASIO Distributor in Australia, Mobex Pty Ltd. The limited number of shares on issue and the liquidity of the shares meant that there was no real market for the shares and in 1997 I led the delisting of the Company by privatising TRANSMARK. Group Sales revenue was approximately NZ$120 million and 160 staff. In December 2000 I retired from the Company