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New Appointments at Ricoh New Zealand

New Appointments at Ricoh New Zealand

Ricoh is pleased to announce two key appointments in February 2005:

Craig Loveridge has been appointed as National Sales Manager. This is a newly created role that reflects significant business growth through 2004. Craig, previously Wellington branch manager, has been with Ricoh for eight years and has demonstrated exceptional skills in the area of major account development. His mission is to further develop the sales force, strengthen existing sales relationships, and build new relationships, primarily targeting major accounts.

The role of Auckland Sales Manager has also been filled by Mark Christensen (Photograph attached). Mark, formerly a key account manager, will supervise a team of three key account managers and ten commercial representatives. Appointed because of his experience and maturity in his previous role, Mark is charged with achieving continued growth in all sectors of the market, particularly in education. His aim is to grow team numbers and build on the base established by previous sales manager, Cameron Mount.

ENDS


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