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Atlantis Executive To Head Singapore Expansion

Atlantis Executive Appointed To Head Singapore Expansion

Auckland – November 17, 2000: Atlantis Marketing Limited general manager, Blair Shanley, has been appointed to lead the company’s expanded operations in Singapore.

Mr Shanley has been offered a secondment for a two year period where he will be responsible for the development of Atlantis Information Services (Singapore) Pte Ltd.

Mr Shanley has played an instrumental part in the development of Atlantis Marketing over the past year, a year that has seen the company position itself as a leading database marketing solution provider both domestically and on an international scale. Atlantis Marketing and Visible Results Limited, both members of The Atlantis Group of companies have seen increasing growth in income from Asia Pacific region.

The Atlantis Group CEO Michael Whittaker said Mr Shanley’s appointment was a reflection of the progress Atlantis was making in Asia and the opportunities that the market presented.

Before joining Atlantis, Mr Shanley held a number of accounting and management positions in New Zealand companies and spent time with Marie Curie Cancer Care in the United Kingdom.

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Notes for Editors
The Atlantis Group was formed in 1996 and specialises in reengineering its clients’ information practices to create business intelligence systems. In the process, it enables companies to develop a deep understanding of their customers. This intelligent understanding, or understanding that is converted into action, gives Atlantis clients a powerful marketing tool.
The Atlantis Group employs 140 people in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, and Japan.
Contacts:

Michael Whittaker Michael Bartrom
CEO General Manager
Visible Results Limited Botica Conroy & Associates
+64 9809848 or 021 435413 +64 9 303 3862 or 021 403 503

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