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Brave New World - General Manager for Wellington

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Brave New World Appoints
General Manager for Wellington Office


AUCKLAND – 31 October, 2000 – Angela Fulljames, the newly appointed Wellington General Manager for Brave New World, New Zealand’s largest integrated marketing solutions company, comes with impressive credentials in the area of design and a proven background in client relationship management.

As well as assuming overall responsibility for the company’s Wellington operation, Angela will be managing a number of blue chip accounts and working towards expanding the client base.

“As a fully integrated marketing communications company, we aim to produce brand aligned communications to develop and enhance our clients’ customer connections,” says Frank van der Velden, Brave New World’s CEO. “Angela will play an integral part in bringing to prominence these unique communication offerings in Wellington as she thrives on a challenge and has a firm commitment to the success of this company.”

“Brave New World sets itself apart from other companies by providing a full range of traditional and online marketing solutions,” says Angela. “Having ownership of the whole process – strategy, creative, customer interface design, implementation, monitoring and analysis – ensures that the message and brand promise is consistent throughout the different mediums.

“Part of my role is to highlight, to our offline clients, that in addition to our highly reputable design capabilities in the traditional area, we are now in a position to extend their marketing efforts into the growing Internet medium. Through monitoring and collecting online information about their customers, Brave New World can empower them to make their marketing efforts even more successful.”

Prior to the Brave New World merger, Angela held the position of General Manager for Dave Clark Design (DCDA) in Wellington. Over a period of three years she was responsible for starting the Wellington operation of the company, building the staff to a team of ten, managing key accounts and adding new blue chip clients to the existing portfolio.

Before taking on the Wellington challenge for DCDA, Angela was the company’s Marketing Manager. This position developed her skills in the areas of business strategy, company promotion (to new and existing clients) and helped her gain in-depth knowledge of all aspects of marketing and communications, all vital attributes in ensuring a successful future for Brave New World and its clients.

Angela will report to Frank van der Velden, CEO of Brave New World.

ENDS

About Brave New World
Brave New World offers a blend of traditional and new world communications for clients, leveraging the opportunities of integrated digital channels through next-generation communication tools. With a team of sixty, Brave New World provides a complete solution of strategic, creative, branding, data analysis and measurement services.
Brave New World recently merged the talents of New Zealand’s largest advertising solutions company, WebMasters Network Limited and the leading design house Dave Clark Design Associates to form the new communications services company.

For further information, please contact:

Angela Fulljames, Brave New World, tel: +64 9 353 7184, mob: 025 956725, email: angela.fulljames@bravenewworld.co.nz
Nimita Morarji, Botica Conroy & Associates, tel: +64 9 303 3862, mob: 021 950058, email: nimitam@bca.co.nz

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