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Further growth for APN Digital Media

Media Release APN Online
1 February 2008

Further growth for APN Digital Media

Online advertising sales network APN Digital Media was strengthened further this week with two new appointments - Donna O’Keeffe as Group Account Manager and Thomas Du Chateau as Senior Account Manager.

Donna has been promoted internally, after spending the last year as Senior Account Manager for the network. She was previously an Agency Account Manager for APN publication, The New Zealand Herald.

Tom joined the team this week after a year and a half as Business Account Manager for Vodafone where he had a portfolio of more than 200 clients. He previously spent over four years in sales and account management with APN on the print side of the business.

APN Digital Media Commercial Director, Tom Osborne comments, “We are delighted to be able to promote Donna into this new senior role in recognition of her superb performance last year, and to welcome Tom to APN Digital Media. These appointments further demonstrate our commitment to building and maintaining the best and most experienced sales and client service team in the NZ digital space”

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