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New Shareholder for Network PR

New Shareholder for Network PR

Jane Dodd, Network PR Auckland General Manager, has become a shareholder and director of the PR consultancy.

Jane joined Network PR’s Wellington office 14 years ago before transferring to the Auckland office, and later taking on the role of General Manager of that office in 2001.

She joins the three existing shareholders: Auckland-based Managing Director, Dennis Lynch; Wellington-based Executive Director Geoff Henley and New Zealand Chairman, and Managing Director of Network PR’s Australian operation; Grant Common.

“Jane has been responsible for shaping many award winning campaigns and has been a key driver in the strong growth of the consultancy and the acquisition of blue-chip clients’ said Mr Common.

“I’m pleased to have the opportunity to take an ownership stake in a company that truly believes in doing great PR for great clients,” said Jane Dodd. “It’s a case of putting my money where my heart is”.

At the recent annual meeting of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand Jane was made a Fellow in recognition of her personal standing as a practitioner, and her contributions to the PR industry and the Institute.

ENDS

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