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Tourism Malaysia Welcomes New Marketing Manager Ewan Cao

Tourism Malaysia welcomes Ewan Cao to the role of marketing manager for the New Zealand region.

Ewan brings to Tourism Malaysia a wealth of experience across tourism and media sectors, most recently with NZME and prior to that in the media division ofTourism New Zealand. A specialist in connecting Asian audiences with New Zealand experiences, Ewan is now looking forward to working the reverse of this in connecting kiwis with destination Malaysia.

With experience working with key influencers across a range of projects including broadcast channels, Ewan is aiming to elevate the Malaysia message to New Zealand trade and consumer audiences in an effort to share the hidden gems of Malaysia which are known to have great appeal to kiwi holidaymakers.

Tourism Malaysia New Zealand Director, Mr. Rosli Reshid says he “welcomes Ewan to the role which now brings the office back to its full staffing complement and will greatly assist in making more noise in the New Zealand market about the diverse array of nature, food and cultural experiences that Malaysia has to offer.”

Ewan will work closely with the trade and industry partners in developing and implementing campaigns as well as amplifying consumer awareness amongst kiwis around Malaysia’s great value proposition and unique holiday offering.

Ewan holds a Bachelor of Arts majoring in media from the University of Victoria and has taken up the position with immediate effect.

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