Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Telecom Appoints AAPT Chief Executive

Telecom Appoints AAPT Chief Executive

Telecom today announced the appointment of Mr Jonathon Stretch as Chief Executive of AAPT.

An Australian, Mr Stretch is currently based in Paris where he is Vice President of AT & T Business Services, responsible for Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Before joining AT & T in 1999, Mr Stretch was with IBM Australia where he held a number of positions including General Manager, Asia Pacific, IBM Global Network Services.

Telecom Chief Executive Theresa Gattung said she was delighted with the appointment.

“Jon has extensive industry experience in both the IT and telecommunications industries. His involvement across these industries will enable him to help build AAPT’s presence.

“We’re very pleased to have Jon taking AAPT into a new era in its history.”

She also commended Telecom Chief Financial Officer Marko Bogoievski, who has been running the business since March.

“Marko’s been an extremely active leader for the last few months, ensuring AAPT is best positioned for a smooth transition to a new level of operation,” Ms Gattung said.

Mr Stretch will take up his new role at AAPT in late August.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Dry: Beef + Lamb Launches Drought Resources

The resources include a fact sheet outlining strategies to manage and mitigate the effects of drought, coping with stress on the farm and advice on feed requirements and animal welfare during the dry period. More>>

ALSO:

InternetNZ: Net Neutrality Failure In US "Will Hurt All Users"

InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter has condemned the decision by the United States communications regulator to undo 2015 open Internet rules, warning that all Internet users will end up worse off as a result. More>>

ALSO:

Mycoplasma Bovis: More Properties Positive

One of the latest infected properties is in the Hastings district, the other three are within a farming enterprise in Winton. The suspect property is near Ashburton. More>>

ALSO:

Manawatū Gorge Alternative: More Work Needed To Choose Route

“We are currently working closely and in partnership with local councils and other stakeholders to make the right long-term decision. It’s vital we have strong support on the new route as it will represent a very significant long-term investment and it will need to serve the region and the country for decades to come.” More>>

ALSO:

ScoopPro: Helping PR Professionals Get More Out Of Scoop

Scoop.co.nz has been a fixture of New Zealand’s news and Public Relations infrastructure for over 18 years. However, without the financial assistance of those using Scoop in a professional context in key sectors such as Public Relations and media, Scoop will not be able to continue this service... More>>