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NZ Microsoft manager promoted to role in US

16 Feb 10

Dynamics Marketing Manager for Microsoft NZ, Anne Frith, will relocate to the US after being appointed to a role at Microsoft’s corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington.

Frith will work with the Microsoft Dynamics United States subsidiary team as a Senior Marketing Manager. Her responsibilities will include implementing marketing strategies and initiatives focused on existing customers. 

“My time in New Zealand has been fantastic, one of the benefits of working for Microsoft is the wide number of other career opportunities,” Frith said. 

Microsoft New Zealand’s Director of Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners, Misti Landtroop thanked Frith for her service and wished her the best in her new role. 

Landtroop said, “Her expertise in Microsoft Dynamics will serve her well in the new role.” 

According to her LinkedIn profile, Frith has been with Microsoft New Zealand since 2006. 

Photo of the Microsoft campus via Microsoft website. 

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