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Kate Marsden joins Export New Zealand

Kate Marsden joins Export New Zealand

Media Release 4 February 2008

Kate Marsden has joined Export New Zealand as Regional Manager, Auckland and National Events Co-ordinator. Along with able administering to the Auckland Region, Kate will be responsible for designing and implementing new events for exporters across the country. She has a strong background in administration and event planning.

She will also take on the role of national co-ordinator for the Export New Zealand Regional Awards, presented in the regions during the winter months, and the National Export NZ Emerging Exporter of the Year presented in November.

A Wellington native, Ms Marsden went to London on her OE in 1997 and stayed for eight years. First working for the chairman of British Airways, she then moved into media recruitment for Channel 4 and a recruitment company. Her last job in the UK was as a production manager for a New Zealand-owned company producing a recruitment paper.

On her return to New Zealand, Ms Marsden worked for ANZ bank as an executive assistant. Most recently she worked for the World Netball Championships 2007 in Waitakere.

Ms Marsden can be contacted at 09 309 9030 or by emailing auckland@exportnewzealand.org.nz. She looks forward to working with Auckland members and stakeholders as well as her national role.


ENDS

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