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New Executive Director for NARGON

Media release

4 February 2005

New Executive Director for NARGON

Samantha Seath has been appointed Executive Director of the National Association of Retail Grocers and Supermarkets of New Zealand (NARGON).

NARGON is the voice of the independent grocery retailer, representing more than 500 owner-operators of retail food warehouses, supermarkets and grocery and convenience stores, and associate members who are suppliers of products and services to the retail members of NARGON.

NARGON provides information, advocacy and employment relations services to members, and makes submissions to Government on relevant legislation.

Ms Seath, a Wellington-based chartered accountant, has previously worked with several industry associations including the New Zealand Manufacturers' Federation and Business New Zealand, and on industry campaigns including Buy New Zealand Made.


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