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Wotif expands NZ Team

Wotif expands NZ Team

Auckland – Wotif.com (www.wotif.com) New Zealand’s leading accommodation website announces the appointment of Tim Graves as a Product Development Executive.

Tim will work closely with Product Development Manager Kathryn Wilson. His primary responsibility will be to work with Wotif.com’s broad range of suppliers and assist them in getting the maximum benefit out of being listed on the site.

Tim has a Bachelor of Business majoring in Tourism and International Business.

Commenting on his appointment, Tim said: “I have been a Wotif.com customer for many years and know first hand how beneficial it is for consumers. I am looking forward to working with our accommodation suppliers to ensure they get great exposure through the site and to offer great deals to consumers.”

Wotif.com New Zealand Manager, Tania Witheford says, “We are delighted to have Tim join us. His appointment demonstrates the importance we place on our relationship with accommodation partners. Wotif.com is a very successful booking tool attracting more and more New Zealand suppliers each day. Tim’s appointment has ensured that our team is growing along with supplier demand.”

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About Wotif.com

Wotif.com sells accommodation online in over 35 countries.

Our great rates, broad accommodation range, easy-to-use site and 24/7 Customer Service Centre have made us the most popular way for business and leisure travellers in Australia and New Zealand to book accommodation online. Every month our site attracts almost 1 million users, who make over 110,000 bookings through our 28-day booking window.

We launched in Brisbane, Australia, in March 2000 and now have offices in Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom to support our growing international presence. Wotif.com is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, trading under the code WTF.

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