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Trade New Zealand Technology Manager Appointed

Auckland, August 20, 2002 - Trade New Zealand has appointed a new Sector Team Manager for its Technology and Services team.

Adrian Dixon, based in Auckland, replaces Lisa Hinton who has held the position for the last two years and has left to pursue independent business ventures.

Mr Dixon, fomerly a Technology Account Manager for Trade New Zealand, has recently been responsible for leading Trade New Zealand’s role in the Health IT cluster, a group of software companies serving the health sector. The cluster has encouraged market growth and increased foreign investment in a range of companies.

Mr Dixon’s previous experience includes work as a management consultant, and an export controller with Carter Holt Harvey.

For further information please contact:

Adrian Dixon, Trade New Zealand, ph 09 915 4270, email adrian.dixon@tradenz.govt.nz


Distributed by Aimee McClinchy, Trade New Zealand Communications, ph 09 915 5628, email aimee.mcclinchy@tradenz.govt.nz


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