NEC appoints NZ Managing Director [Executive Appointments Monitor Worldwide]
(Executive Appointments Monitor Worldwide Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) NEC New Zealand, a leading provider of communication networks and information technology solutions, announced the appointment of Mr. Leonard Dench as Managing Director, effective today, to lead the next phase of NEC's growth in New Zealand.
Mr. Dench has 35 years of experience in ICT, starting as a telecommunications technician, and advancing to strategic business planning and tactical execution. Since 2011, Mr. Dench has been General Manager at NEC New Zealand, responsible for leading the local operation in collaboration with the wider NEC group.
Mr. Dench said, "I am excited to be appointed as Managing Director of NEC New Zealand to push forward with growth building on over 50 years of successful business in New Zealand. Renewed investment in New Zealand with the recent opening of the Technology Innovation Centre in Wellington and an evolving nationwide collaboration programme brings a fresh start-up "can do" approach to new innovative solutions for our customers."
"My vision is to lead NEC New Zealand to deliver on our promise of empowering people through innovation by developing total solutions to meet the needs of our local and global markets. We will do this by combining the strengths and enthusiasm of our team here in New Zealand, leveraging the wider NEC group technologies and skills, and collaborating with businesses, communities, and individuals that want to and can push the boundaries," he added.
Regional head, Mr. Toshiya Matsuki, Chief Executive Officer of NEC Asia Pacific (Regional HQ), commented, "The new role of Mr. Dench echoes the significance of New Zealand's market to NEC and the new business development models that are growing there. We are very pleased with the progress accomplished thus far and hope to further expand our relationships with customers and partners through Mr. Dench's appointment."
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