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Photo gallery: HP celebrates 50 years in NZ

08 Sep 17

Industry turned out in force last night join HP in celebrating 50 years on the ground in New Zealand.

Grant Hopkins, HP New Zealand managing director, says the milestone signifies HP’s commitment to the New Zealand market and that he’s ‘more confident than ever’ that the company’s most exciting and important years are still ahead of it.

“HP have been present in New Zealand since 1967, providing market leading products to consumers and cutting-edge IT solutions to small, medium and large Kiwi businesses,” Hopkins says.

“We have a rich local history and long-standing relationships with our customers and partners.”

Hopkins says the company is also proud of the community partnerships it has established in New Zealand, including with Te Papa, WOW, Trelise Cooper and ATEED.

“We bring the best of HP’s global innovation to New Zealand and also provide a pathway four our local customers and partners to creatively push the boundaries and export homegrown innovations to global markets.

“On behalf of all the HP New Zealand team, I’d like to thank our customers and partners for all their support over the last 50 years. I’m more confident than ever that our most exciting and important years are ahead of us.”

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