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NZTE Marketing Group Managers Appointed


NZTE Marketing Group Managers Appointed

4 SEPTEMBER 2003 - New Zealand Trade and Enterprise General Manager Marketing Julian Moore has appointed four managers in the Marketing group at the New Zealand Government's new trade and economic development agency, formed on 1 July from the merger of Trade New Zealand and Industry New Zealand. They are (in alphabetical order):

Pamela Ford - Enterprise Marketing Manager

Pamela Ford has an extensive career in marketing and events and in her new role will be responsible for NZTE's Brand New Zealand and Business and Enterprise Culture programmes. Previously a marketing consultant and events manager at Trade New Zealand she has worked for a range of multi-national, corporate, non-profit and publishing companies in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Ms Ford, who has a Bachelor of Management Studies and is studying towards postgraduate diploma in International Strategy, will be based in Wellington.

Vito Lo Iacono - Events Group Manager

Vito Lo Iacono has extensive marketing, communication, PR and event management experience in Europe, the United States and New Zealand. In his new role he will be responsible for NZTE's events related programmes and management of the Inter Governmental Agency Events Group. Mr Lo Iacono has worked for large corporations including RCA International as Label Manager and Flammini Group (Octagon) and on the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games. He has also set up and subsequently sold numerous businesses in marketing, sponsorship, communication and events management. Prior to joining Industry New Zealand as Major Events Manager he worked at Air New Zealand for many years in various senior events roles. Mr Lo Iacono is based in Auckland.

Susan Milner - Marketing Promotions Manager

Susan Milner has both export development and marketing experience and in her new role will be responsible for NZTE's brands, promotional marketing programmes and the implementation of the organisation's client research strategy. Previously Trade New Zealand's Marketing Manager Ms Milner has worked in export sales, marketing and business development roles with various New Zealand manufacturing export companies. Ms Milner is based in Auckland.

Tracey Palmer - Communications Manager

Tracey Palmer has many years experience in communications and journalism and in her new role will be responsible for managing internal and external communications for NZTE. Previously Communications Manager at Trade New Zealand she has extensive work experience in communications and public relations both inhouse and as a consultant. Her career also includes more than eight years as a newspaper journalist. Ms Palmer will be based in Wellington.


New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is the New Zealand Government's trade and economic development agency, committed to helping New Zealand businesses grow their international competitiveness, capability and profitability.

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is the New Zealand Government's trade and economic development agency, committed to helping New Zealand businesses grow their international competitiveness, capability and profitability.

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