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Douglas Kemsley appointed Chairman of Maxnet

Douglas Kemsley appointed Chairman of Maxnet

Media release - IT and Business

MAXNET MEDIA RELEASE 27th June, 2002


Mr. Douglas Kemsley has been appointed Chairman of Maxnet (Maximum Internet Ltd), the successful NZ owned Internet Service Provider(ISP).

Mr. Kemsley was a founding member of the team that established CA-Systems : the NZ company that developed a full suite of software for chartered accounting firms. He worked with CA-Systems from its start-up, the successful implementation of its software, and through to its subsequent sale to the Australian company MYOB.

Commenting on his involvement with Maxnet, where he has also become the cornerstone shareholder, Mr. Kemsley said “I saw in Maxnet an opportunity to use my experience to assist the company move to its next stage of growth. The people and ideas behind Maxnet impressed me. They have enabled the company to survive and prosper in the competitive ISP market. I believe that outside capital and experienced corporate governance can make Maxnet even more competitive.”

“Basically I am backing the people and their ideas.”

Mr. Antony Urbahn, Managing Director of Maxnet said “ All of us at Maxnet are delighted with Doug’s involvement. It has given us all a huge boost of confidence and will enable us to further improve the services we offer our Customers.”

Maxnet is a profitable NZ owned company committed to service and quality in the Internet market. Maxnet services range from dial-up, ADSL, and filtering for your home connection to Frame relay, ADSL, Hosting and Wireless options for your business.


Contact
Mr. Antony Urbahn
Maxnet
PH. 09-300-7222
Email. antony@maxnet.co.nz

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