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Scoop.co.nz Appoints Senior Account Manager

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Scoop.co.nz Appoints Senior Account Manager


Senior Account Manager Chloe Thomsen

Scoop Media, publishers of Scoop.co.nz and commercial partners of Publicaddress.net have appointed Chloe Thomsen to the newly created role of Senior Account Manager - Advertising.

Based in Auckland, Chloe comes to Scoop after a year on maternity leave following her successful role as Agency Account Manager at ACP Media across the Trader Group titles.

"Chloe's an excellent addition to our team...She understands both the offline and online environments, is fantastic at building relationships - and has a sense of humour, which is necessary in a smaller operation! She brings us the right mix of skills from a large Corporate, and the mad chaos of new parenthood." says Business Development Manager Wade Bishop.

Chloe will be the first point of contact for Advertising & Sponsorship opportunities across the Scoop.co.nz and Publicaddress.net publications and can contacted at: chloe@scoop.co.nz , 09 377 0579 or 021 329 445.

About Scoop.co.nz & Publicaddress.net

Scoop.co.nz is New Zealand's leading online news resource for news- makers and people who influence the news. It attracts a high value professional audience of 450 000 - 500 000 unique browsers a month and received a "finalist gong" in the 2007 Qantas Media Awards for Best News Site".

Publicaddress.net is New Zealand's leading and most awarded blog published and headed by notable media commentator and contrinutor Russell Brown. It won "Best Blog in both the 2007 Qantas Media Awards and Netguide "peoples choice" awards.

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