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Mike Pero Real Estate appoints Josephine Kinsella as GM, NZ

6 August 2013

Issued by Momentus Public Relations Ltd

Mike Pero Real Estate has appointed Josephine Kinsella as General Manager, New Zealand

Josephine has a strong background in the real estate industry for the past 8 1/2 years and prior to this, has held development and management roles in the aviation and hospitality industries. She has successfully operated her own real estate brand overseas, managed an award winning Auckland office and until recently, was the Northern Regional Manager for Harcourts New Zealand.

Speaking on the appointment, Mike Pero, Managing Director, Mike Pero Real Estate said: “Mrs Kinsella will focus on national growth strategies and will also direct the network of more than 35 franchisees throughout New Zealand. I will remain as the CEO, Paul Alsop, CFO with Chris Finnerty as the REAA Licensee, all Christchurch based.”

Josephine will be based in our Auckland office where she will focus on significant opportunities to grow the Mike Pero Real Estate brand to the next level.

Since its launch in February 2011 Mike Pero said, ‘we have exceeded our initial expectations and projections and our growth continues to accelerate.

“We are thrilled to have Josephine join the Mike Pero team and believe her industry knowledge and experience will play an important role in helping us grow the business over the next five years.” – Mike Pero.

The appointment takes effect 2 September 2013.


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