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Kingston NZ manager joins Simms - Updated

09 Sep 10

Kingston Technology has announced the departure of Vaughan Nankivell from his role as Regional Manager, New Zealand.

Nankivell joined Kingston in February 2007, from his previous role of looking after the Kingston account at Ingram Micro. Nankivell will leave at the end of September.

"Vaughan has been an integral part of the Kingston family for many years now and we greatly appreciate his contribution to the growth of the Kingston business in the Australia and New Zealand region,” said John Tu, President and Co-Founder of Kingston Technology.

Update: Nankivell has with Simms to become General Manager, Corporate and Enterprise, effective October 4th.

The role will see him focus on driving sales of the Simms product portfolio through existing and new resellers, developing new corporate and enterprise focussed reseller channel partnerships and work to acquire new brands for distribution through Simms International in New Zealand and Australia.

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