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NZSO Appoints New Development Manager In Auckland


Julia Vickerman has been appointed NZSO Development Manager with responsibility for managing NZSO sponsorships and to represent the NZSO in Auckland as manager of the Auckland office.

Her background is in marketing and public relations and she has focused on the hospitality, food, wine, fashion, publishing, tourist and art sectors. Most recently she has worked as an independent consultant for clients that included TVNZ.

Well known in Auckland, Julia was a founding member of the staff of the Regent Hotel as Public Relations Manager. More recently she worked with the Sheraton Auckland Hotel and Sheraton Rotorua as Director of Communications. She has also run her own public relations consultancy in New Zealand and been a consultant in the UK.

"I am look forward to working with the NZSO and working with the three areas for which I have passion and respect - music, talent, and the sponsors who make it all possible."

For further information or photos please contact Hannah Evans on (04) 801 3833/(025) 300 680.

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