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Laser names NZ country manager

26 Aug 2010

Laser has announced the appointment of Debbie Maher as new Country Manager for New Zealand.

Maher will be responsible for managing and overseeing all aspects of the Laser business in New Zealand with a view to directing the firm’s strategy and accelerating local growth.

Prior to her role at Laser, she was the Microsoft Business Manager for Ingram Micro New Zealand.

Before migrating to New Zealand, Maher was Channel Manager for Axiz, a South African IT distributor.

Chris Lau, Managing Director of Laser, said, “Debbie has been chosen to head up Laser’s growing New Zealand arm as Country Manager to strengthen and support the business in the region. Debbie’s knowledge and strategic skill set will compliment the success we have had in Australia as we move to the next level of growth. We welcome Debbie to the position and have high expectations for the months and years ahead.”

Maher added, “My role will continue to be setting and maintaining Laser New Zealand’s strategic direction and I am excited to be leading a business that is focused, passionate and solutions-driven.”

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