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UK Trade & Investment Appoints New Manager

4th August 2006

UK Trade & Investment Appoints New
Inward Investment Manager

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) has appointed David Horner as Inward Investment Manager.

Based in Auckland Horner’s role will be to assist UKTI in seeking out and assisting New Zealand companies specialising in ICT, biotech, design and creative industries that are looking to establish in the UK.

Educated with a BSc (Hons) and an MBA on Entrepreneurship from London, Horner is currently studying for a second masters in IT and Science and plans to use his previous engineering and business planning experience to provide a high service to companies dealing with the UKTI.


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