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New Executive Responsibilities At Telecom

New Executive Responsibilities At Telecom

Telecom today unveiled some changes to its executive team, reflecting the move to a business model more tightly organised around customers.

In New Zealand, operations will be focused on two key customer groupings – Consumer and Business, in line with recent changes made in Australia.

Kevin Kenrick, formerly General Manager Mobile is joining the executive team as Chief Operating Officer Consumer. Kevin will have responsibility for the product development, marketing, sales and service functions, both fixed and mobile, in the consumer customer segment.

Simon Moutter will lead the Business division as Chief Operating Officer Business. Simon will have responsibility for all of Telecom’s managed customer business, including Gen-i and Telecom Business Solutions, as well as the small enterprise (SE) segment.

Mark Ratcliffe will take up the role of Chief Operating Officer Technology & Enterprises with responsibility for all of Telecom’s network and IT operations, as well as Telecom’s wholesale activities.

Philip King will take on a new role as General Manager Video Services reporting to Marko Bogoievski. Philip will have responsibility for developing the business proposal for Telecom’s future video and television-based offerings.

The roles of all other Telecom executive team members are unchanged.

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