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Top industry executive joins ServiceIQ

Top service industry executive Tony Laskey has been appointed as ServiceIQ’s new General Manager - Industry Engagement, from 4 February.

ServiceIQ Chief Executive Andrew McSweeney says Tony is joining ServiceIQ at a time of continuing growth for New Zealand. “Service sector employers are in an environment which is creating significant workforce and skills demand. We very much look forward to welcoming Tony to our ServiceIQ Executive Leadership Team as the General Manager of Industry Engagement. With his efforts focused on leading our front-line engagement teams, and building stronger customer relationships, we know that Tony’s 20-plus years of experience and personal connections will add significant value to all our stakeholders.”

Tony’s previous roles have included executive level positions at The Travel Corporation, Contiki Holidays, and THL.

ServiceIQ is the industry training organisation (ITO) for the aviation, hospitality, retail, travel, tourism and museums sectors. It helps thousands of New Zealand employers to build their businesses, and employees to develop great careers, with top skills gained through on-job training programmes.

www.ServiceIQ.org.nz

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