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Breaking...Graeme Muller appointed NZTech CEO

01 Dec 14

New Zealand Technology Industry Association (NZTech) has announced Graeme Muller as its new CEO.

Muller has spent the last ten years with IDC in various international management roles, including managing director Northern Europe and IDC Insights, managing director Pacific Regions and Country Manager.

“Recently Graeme has been leading a successful, locally focused research and advisory business working with NZ tech companies,” says Bennett Medary, NZ Tech chair.

Muller helped launch the New Zealand business for Ecosystm Research & Advisory - a research, advisory and engagement firm.

“The Board is very excited to have him on board to lead this next phase of NZTech’s evolution,” says Bennett.

NZTech was formed six years ago and is focused on actively encouraging relevant initiatives and policies that stimulate and advance the industry, as well as New Zealand's productivity, innovation and economic growth through the use of technology.

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