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First Assistance Appoints Marketing Manager

6th September 2006

First Assistance Appoints Sales & Marketing Manager

First Assistance, New Zealand’s leading provider of dedicated travel/medical, roadside, property, business and claims assistance has appointed Dave Comp to the role of sales and marketing manager.

In this role Dave will be responsible for client service, new business acquisition, product development, management of the sales and marketing team and overall brand management and benchmarking. He has also been appointed as a member of the executive team at First Assistance.

Prior to his appointment Dave was key account manager at First Assistance, and prior to that he was the business development manager at Flexi Lease and National Fleet Manager for Budget. Dave replaces Mary-Jo McDonald who was promoted to general manager of First Assistance earlier this year.


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