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New President & Board members for the SMI for 2006


For Immediate Release:

New President & Board members for the Sales & Marketing Institute for 2006

The Sales and Marketing Institute of New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of a New President and new Board members for 2006.

David Glover, Managing Director of David Forman Ltd will be taking over the role of President for 2006. David has been on the board for several years, most recently in the role of Vice President. David says "I'm delighted to be leading the Sales & Marketing Institute in 2006. The organisation is in great health, with a growing membership, events and member benefits. The Board is looking forward to another successful and positive year"

Richard Gee, GEEWIZ Ltd who has been heading up the Board for the last two years will be continuing in the role of Immediate Past President.

Julie Samson from Innov8 Ltd will continue as Vice President and will be joined by Luigi Cappel from Geosmart Ltd who is currently a Board Director. Phil Edmondes-Rowe from TNS will continue to work with us throughout 2006.

Joining existing members of the Board will be Robyn McArthur who is Sales Manager at David Forman Ltd, Ed Scanlan, Sales & Marketing Manager at Neville Newcomb Ltd, Pat Armistead, Director of Joyology Ltd & Steve Kennedy, Sales & Operations Director at Kelly Services (NZ) Ltd who will be joining our other Director, Murray Carter in Christchurch. Our new Wellington Board Director is Assia Salikhova from E-Ideas Ltd

More About the Sales and Marketing Institute of NZ
The Premier Association for Sales Managers, Marketing Managers and People Who Practice Sales, Sales Management or Marketing Skills who wish to increase their professionalism, awareness, networking opportunities, and be recognised for their skills. We have an alliances with the American Marketing Association, which benefits all marketing managers on an international basis, the UK Institute of Sales & Marketing Management (ISMM), and the Australian Sales & Marketing Institute (ASMI) The institute was New Zealands first sales and marketing association, formed back in 1947. It has over 3500 members thoughout the country.
The Sales and Marketing Institute has a proud tradition of providing education and resources to sales and marketing professionals and students.

To learn more about Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand, please check out the website,


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