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Samsung NZ new appointment announcement

10 March 2011

Media statement: Samsung NZ new appointment announcement

Samsung New Zealand is pleased to announce that Daryn Rickwood, formerly Head of Consumer Electronics and IT Sales, has been promoted to the position of Director of Consumer Electronics and IT Sales.

In this role, Daryn Rickwood continues to be responsible for the overall sales strategy for Samsung New Zealand’s TV, audio, digital imaging, whitegoods and IT product portfolios.
Mr Kim, Samsung New Zealand Country Manager, says, “Daryn has played a key role in developing the Samsung business in New Zealand during a period of enormous growth. We value his leadership and business acumen as we continue our expansion.”

Mr Rickwood has more than 15 years experience in the technology industry. Before joining Samsung New Zealand in March 2010, he was IPG NZ Country Manager at Hewlett Packard. Prior to this he held senior positions at Microsoft.

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