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Canon names NZ channel marketing manager

16 Feb 11

Canon New Zealand has named Bill Bain as Channel Marketing Manager for the firm’s Business Imaging Group.

Bain has previously held marketing and sales roles at Telstra-Clear and Goodman Fielder.

He will work on developing the sales and marketing divisions of Canon New Zealand to enhance its profile across the imaging solutions marketplace.

Canon New Zealand Country Manager, Mike Johnston, said, “We are thrilled to have Bill as part of the Business Imaging Group as we head into one of our biggest years to date in the business imaging market.”

Bain will be based in Canon’s head office in Auckland and will be responsible for channel marketing nationally.

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