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Chorus appoints pair to replace Victoria Crone

Chorus appoints pair to replace Victoria Crone

The pair will take joint responsibility for Chorus marketing and sales at the end of March

New Zealand broadband infrastructure company Chorus has appointed Mark Tod and Mike Lott to replace outgoing general manager Victoria Crone.

The pair will take joint responsibility for Chorus marketing and sales at the end of March, when Crone departs to take up the role of managing director and Cloud accounting software firm Xero.

Mike Lott is currently manager product and market development, while Mark Tod is head of sales.

Both will report to chief executive Mark Ratcliffe and sit on Chorus’ executive team.


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