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Keeping it kiwi

01 Jul 07

Lenovo has appointed Dean Butchers as country general manager for NZ, with overall responsibility for the sales, marketing and distribution of Lenovo products and services across the country. He has a successful 20 year track record in the PC industry, in NZ and internationally.
“Lenovo has a lot of loyal customers and partners here, and I’m proud to be representing such a strong product and brand in a key market for Lenovo,” said Butchers.
Alan Munro, CEO and General Manager, Lenovo ANZ said: “We had some exceptional applicants for the NZ country manager role, but Dean stood out with his intimate knowledge of our business and the local market, along with his personal leadership and business management skills.”
Butchers is originally from New Zealand. We welcome him home.    

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