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Mailshop Makes two key appointments

Mailshop Makes two key appointments

AUCKLAND, 21 July 2006 - Mailshop, New Zealand’s leading direct and creative mail fulfilment specialist, today announced the appointment of two key management staff. Andrew Healy is Mailshop’s Strategic Business Manager while Claudia Fraser has been appointed Group Account Director.

General Manager Deidre Ross says of the appointments, “We’re in an industry where a premium is placed on high standards of client service and account management, so it’s vital you get the right people fronting your customer relationships.”

With 6 years’ experience in the mail fulfilment industry, Andrew Healy has a proven track record in developing new business and adding value to accounts. Mr Healy says of his role, “I have a clear and consistent vision for the kind of clients we’d like to attract, and I want to apply my passion for quality service delivery to ensure the relationships we nurture are strong and enduring ones.”

Claudia Fraser has extensive account management experience in advertising agencies in London, South Africa and New Zealand, moving to Auckland in 1999. “Coming into direct mail from an ad agency background, I’ve been impressed by how accomplished and professional Mailshop’s group of account managers is.”

Deidre Ross concludes “Mailshop engenders a culture of excellence, which is why we have people of Andrew and Claudia’s calibre cultivating business and ensuring all our clients receive the optimum standard of account service.”


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