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New national sales manager for Express Data

New national sales manager for Express Data

From regional positions to a countrywide role

Express Data has appointed Kyle Taege to the role of national sales manager, the company has announced.

According to the company, Taege has been with Express Data for four and a half years and has held a number of regional roles, including South Island account manager and Auckland account manager.

“Kyle was the logical choice for the role, as he has demonstrated he can deliver on the companies values around customer experience and delivery," says Phil Presnall, general manager of Sales and Marketing at Express Data.

“I am excited about this opportunity within Express Data and very much looking forward to the new challenge, “ says the new national sales manager, “In this rapidly changing market and industry that we work in, I’m wanting to work with our partners to provide successful outcomes for all parties."


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