Adshel looks inside to fill three new positions

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  • January 18, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Adshel looks inside to fill three new positions

After one particularly big staff shift late last year, Adshel has rung in the new year with a few more changes to its sales and marketing roster and, in what new sales director Nick Vile believes is testimony to the quality and performance of the team, all three of the new positions have been filled by existing staff members, with Raewyn Anderson promoted to sales manager in Auckland, Phil Lucy to sales manager position in Wellington and Rochelle Weaver moving into the reinstated national marketing manager position.

Vile says the restructure will ensure that the New Zealand team is adequately resourced to focus on its clients’ out-of-home media requirements and to better serve its agency relationships, which will make it an even more efficient and client focused operation in preparation for expected growth in 2011.

Raewyn Anderson

Phil Lucy

Rochelle Weaver

Anderson, Lucy and Weaver join Nick Vile and Emma McKeown, manager campaign services, in forming the media management team and together will be responsible for driving the revenue performance in the New Zealand market.

”I have been very impressed with Raewyn, Phil and Rochelle’s performance ever since I joined Adshel a couple of months ago and their track records of business success, hard work and passion for our outdoor medium naturally led to their selection for these key management roles," says Vile. "In my view, their promotions are a striking endorsement of the training and development culture that our company has in place, confirming once again that Adshel is true to its objective to be an employer of choice.”

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