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Connector Systems secures Wellington space

29 Nov 11

Christmas just got a little busier for IT distributors Connector Systems, who have secured premises in the Wellington CBD and will be moving in during December.

The space, at Level 3, Petherick Tower, 38 Waring Taylor Street, will consist of a professional services office, a sales office, a meeting room and a purpose-built training room.

Dale Smith, managing director of Connector Systems, says the office will help the company support and grow its Wellington-based customers.

"Over the next month we will be undertaking some refurbishment and renovation to create a welcoming and productive environment for our clients in Wellington,” Smith says.

Occupying the space will be Connector Systems’ lower North Island regional business development manager, Steve Wilson. Stefan Peters from Connector Systems company Orderware Solutions will also be relocating to Wellington from the company’s Auckland branch.

The office will be fully functional by January 2012. Image source here.

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