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Communicate It Appoints New Account Manager


Communicate It Appoints New Account Manager

Press Release, 20 November 2006, Communicate IT, Christchurch, New Zealand: Christchurch based public relations consultancy, Communicate IT Ltd recently added to its team of technology specialist PR consultants with the appointment of Karen Brown as PR Account Manager.

Ms Brown joins Communicate IT with 15 years experience in the PR industry, having worked with several clients in the high tech sector, as well as the tourism, education and manufacturing sectors. Most recently she was employed as an account manager with exhibition marketing and display company, Display Solutions, and brings a repertoire of trade show marketing skills to widen the range of services offered by the consultancy.

Communicate IT's managing director, Shelley Grell believes that the addition of Ms Brown to the team will widen the scope of services the company can offer its clients, particularly as many of them primarily target international markets for their products and services.

"Karen brings extensive industry experience, along with skills in marketing and the trade show industry, which we believe will be a great additional benefit for our client base," she said.

Communicate IT has been in business seven years, and has an extensive list of high tech sector clients, including Syft Technologies, Mooring Systems, Bluewater Systems, Hindin Communications, Nightside Test Design, Truescape and many more.


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