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Intel ANZ channel, marketing manager takes top role

13 Apr 2012

After 15 years at the company, Intel’s ANZ marketing and reseller channel organisation manager Kate Burleigh has been picked to replace Philip Cronin as ANZ general manager.

Cronin is leaving the role after being promoted to APAC director of regional sales & business development. 

Burleigh has managed Intel’s ANZ reseller channel organisation for two years, and managed the company’s local marketing for six. She started with Intel in 1998, as a public relations manager.

Cronin had held the general manager role since 2004, having joined Intel back in 1997.

View Burleigh’s LinkedIn profile here

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