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Trans-Tasman promotion for Belkin’s Brook

Trans-Tasman promotion for Belkin’s Brook

Belkin has promoted its New Zealand country manager Stephanie Brook to Australia/New Zealand sales director.

Although the vendor isn’t directly replacing her in the role, sales manager Matthew Simpson will make the step up to country sales manager, Brook says.

The move is a natural career progression, she adds.

“I set up Belkin in New Zealand nearly eight years ago so it’s the next step for me in terms of staying with the company and advancing my career.”

Brook will now oversee 30 staff instead of five.

She set up Belkin here in 2001, working from a home office until the vendor established premises on Auckland’s North Shore.


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