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New role for HP's Grey

20 Jan 10

HP’s Warwick Grey has been appointed as Marketing Manager for the Personal Systems Group (PSG) for HP South Pacific and will relocate to Sydney.

In the role he will be responsible for the marketing of HP’s personal systems business, covering products and solutions across New Zealand and Australia. The PSG portfolio includes HP’s commercial and consumer notebooks and desktops, monitors, workstations, thin clients, handhelds and retail point of sale devices.

Grey will work closely with HP channel and marketing teams across the region, with a focus on maximising revenue opportunities and increasing market share across the business.

“HP brand has never been stronger in our region,” he said. “I’m looking forward to implementing campaigns that continue to drive New Zealand and Australian consumers and businesses to choose HP PSG products.”

Grey was previously the Marketing Manager for HP PSG in New Zealand.

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