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Advantage Appoints New Managing Director

Advantage Appoints New Managing Director

Auckland - 01/06/01 - The Board of Advantage Group Limited (Advantage) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Bradley as Managing Director.

Mr Bradley brings more than 20 years of experience in senior management and the IT industry to Advantage.

Chairman Evan Christian says the Board is confident Mr Bradley will make a significant contribution to Advantage Group.

“With his varied experience both here and overseas, Tony is ideally suited to lead Advantage forward. He knows our business sector well, having worked in areas that relate to each of Advantage’s four businesses during his career. We’re very pleased he is joining us, ” says Mr Christian.

He has held Managing Director positions for AT&T NZ Ltd, NCR NZ Ltd and NCR South East Asia, managing the company’s Thailand and Singapore operations.

More recently Mr Bradley has been a Director of Deloitte Consulting, specialising in IT services. He also has considerable knowledge of the financial services, retail and telecommunication sectors.

If you would like more information or a photo of Tony Bradley, please contact:

Sarah Williams, N.B.PR, phone 09 913 1830, mobile 021 928 125, email swilliams@nbpr.co.nz, or
Andrea Thuell, N.B.PR, phone 09 913 1825, email athuell@nbpr.co.nz.


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