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Wotif expands NZ Team

Wotif expands NZ Team

Auckland – 18 January 2006, Wotif.com ( www.wotif.com )

New Zealand’s leading on-line accommodation website announces the appointment of Rebecca Simeon as Business Development Manager.

Rebecca will be primarily responsible for working with the small to medium enterprise sector and our established client base.

Rebecca joins Wotif.com after spending two and a half years with SKYCITY Entertainment Group as Business Development Manager, where she was responsible for looking after the corporate and domestic market for SKYCITY Grand and SKYCITY Hotel.

Previous to that she spent seven years with the Accor group in various properties in New Zealand and Australia.

Commenting on her appointment, Rebecca said: “Having tried and tested Wotif.com, I know just how beneficial it is and I am looking forward to sharing my experiences with customers who have not yet been exposed to this great tool.”

“The Internet continues to change the way accommodation can be purchased effectively and I look forward to sharing this with business owners and travellers, “she said.

Wotif.com New Zealand Manager, Tania Witheford says, “We are delighted to have Rebecca join us. Her appointment recognises the growth of the small to medium business sector who continue to adopt Wotif.com as an accommodation booking tool, and our desire to further establish and develop relationships.“

ENDS


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