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New Appointments At Fairfax Magazines

May 13 2004

New Appointments At Fairfax Magazines

Fairfax Magazines has promoted Kath Campbell to the position of Strategic Research Analyst, to provide research support for the sales and management team. She is currently employed by Fairfax magazines as Advertising Co-ordinator. Kath graduated from AUT with a Bachelor of Business in Advertising and Management and previously held the position of Research Analyst at the Newspaper Advertising Bureau.

Cushla Donovan has been appointed Advertising Manager, onHoliday magazine. Cushla has recently returned to New Zealand and has extensive experience in advertising and sales in both New Zealand and overseas. Her career highlights include that of National Advertising Manager Sunday Star Times and Sunday News, Advertising Manager TV Guide and NZ Sport Monthly, Sales Manager for Vision Marketing in the Cayman Islands and Sales and Marketing Manager at Fitness First in London.

Brent Edwards has been appointed Advertising Manager, FHM and brings a wealth of experience to this role having worked in both sales and advertising in New Zealand and the UK. Brent’s experience includes Area Sales Manager, Independent Distillers, UK, Territory Manager, NZ Wines & Spirits, Sales and Marketing Manager NZ News UK & SA Times UK, Advertising Manager NZ4WD and RTR Countdown.

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