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Nokia Internet Communications NZ Sales Manager

November 6, 2000


Nokia Internet Communications
New Zealand Sales Manager

Trevor Holland has been appointed New Zealand sales manager of Nokia Internet Communications responsible for establishing the Finnish company’s Internet solutions business in New Zealand.

World-wide, Nokia Internet Communications has been established for just on 12 months and already has sales of about US$1 billion. The company manufactures and markets a range of Internet security and technology products.

Mr Holland’s initial focus is to appoint a New Zealand distributor and select a network of resellers throughout the country. He reports to Nokia Internet Communications in Sydney.

Mr Holland was formerly a senior account manager with Sealcorp Computer Products. He has 15 years experience in the distribution and electronics industries.

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Issued by 141 New Zealand for Nokia Internet Communications

Contacts:

Trevor Holland Sarah Greer
Sales Manager Account Director
Nokia Internet Communications 141 New Zealand
Tel: 021-669 372 0-9-979 7720

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