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Harcourts Announces Two Key Corporate Appointments

Harcourts Announces Two New Key Corporate Appointments

The ongoing emphasis on building leading corporate structures for Harcourts New Zealand has seen the recent announcement of two key appointments based in the growing Harcourts Auckland Regional office.

Brooke Read has been appointed to the new role of Marketing Co-Ordinator. As well as a Business degree in marketing, Ms Read has an extensive background in all aspects of residential property sales. Her new role centres on managing and developing Harcourts brand standards. While focusing solely on the Harcourts brand in New Zealand, Ms Read will also be a member of Harcourts’ international marketing department.

Emma Revell has been appointed as National Events Manager. Ms Revell has held a number of marketing and events roles throughout New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom and in her new role will be responsible for Harcourts’ conferences of which the annual May conference is the largest of its kind in New Zealand with over 1,000 delegates.

CEO of Harcourts New Zealand, Bryan Thomson said, “The marketing of our brand both to our clients and to our internal team is achieved through superb design, presentation and co-ordination of material in the marketplace and through industry leading events that provide learning and motivational environments.”

“These two new appointments reflect a significant investment by Harcourts as part of our strategy to build the very best corporate support team for our franchise owners, and we know they will have a significant impact across our industry in New Zealand.”

From its beginnings in Wellington in 1888, Harcourts now has over 330 offices throughout Australasia, first launching in Australia in 1997 through Queensland, before expanding in to New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, and most recently Tasmania.

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