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Canon NZ appoints new Product Manager

27 Sep 13

Canon New Zealand has appointed Kieran Hoolihan to the role of Product Manager - Technical Print Specialist, Consumer Imaging.

As a result of the appointment, Hoolihan will lead the development of product strategy and execution for Canon’s consumer inkjet range; driving category growth, distribution and revenue through marketing opportunities and customer engagement.

Kim Conner, General Manager – Consumer Imaging at Canon New Zealand, says Hoolihan brings a wealth of experience to the team from his previous positions at Samsung, Huawei Technologies and most recently Brother NZ.

“Kieran has a strong knowledge of the consumer electronics industry and will play a key role defining Canon’s leading consumer print products," Conner says.

"We look forward to working with Kieran and seeing further development and growth in this channel.”

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