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What Whoiswhere discovered in 2006

whoiswhere™ did some CBD homework. What they discovered in 2006:

2005 2006 CHANGE
Businesses moved within the CBD or to other locations 9.63% 9.27% -0.4%
Businesses closed their doors 4.69% 4.57%
Businesses merged or changed company name 5.32% 5.46%

Wellington based company E-ideas Ltd., developed whoiswhere™ taking a spatial view of the world, building by building, street by street, and now city-by-city. Only twenty months ago, whoiswhere™ started changing the way businesses market and sell. So great is the demand for good data throughout New Zealand they have just announced an exclusive venture to nationally expand in the next six months. whoiswhere™ provides accurate location data for small and large companies with selective services that are revolutionizing outdated practices and uses of direct marketing lists.

Assia Salikhova arrived in New Zealand in 1996 with extensive experience, holding a PhD in molecular biology, followed by leadership in IT telecommunication development at IBM NZ. In 2004 she created whoiswhere™ New Zealand's leading system of data gathering and maintenance to empower businesses with using smart, more targeted and ultimately cost-effective campaigns.

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