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Jabra Eyes New Zealand For Further Growth

Audio electronics manufacturer, Jabra, has announced it’s further expanding into the New Zealand market, following the appointment of new national Business Development Manager Chris Clark.

Jabra ANZ Managing Director, David Piggott, affirms the New Zealand market represents “great growth opportunity”, with Jabra [claimed to be] the only headset vendor “directly invested” in the NZ market.

[Jabra – Chris Clark]

The company intends to further aid its New Zealand partners to “generate and close business”.

Mr Clark boasts over 10 years experience in telecommunications and unified communications (UC), and has previously held roles at; CommArc, Spark New Zealand, Cyclone Computer and VoicePro.

Chris will be tasked with growing Jabra’s New Zealand presence, including driving opportunities with distributors and re-sellers.

As such, his primary responsibility concerns managing and growing Jabra’s NZ channel partners.

Mr Clark affirms he’s exited to join Jabra at such a “pivotal time” for UC.

“I have a huge passion for the industry and for building lasting relationships with channel partners to support our end-customers. With extensive experience in UC/ telecommunications in New Zealand, I am looking forward to engaging with businesses here on behalf of Jabra,” he asserts.

Mr Clark will be based out of Auckland, complimenting Jabra colleague Brent Mitchell in Wellington. Mr Piggott affirms this will provide Jabra “great national coverage”.



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