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Datacom pushes regional growth with new Tauranga office

Datacom pushes regional growth with new Tauranga office

Regions offer opportunities for New Zealand's major ICT services provider

Greg Davidson (Datacom) and Greg Brownless (Mayor of Tauranga)

Greg Davidson (Datacom) and Greg Brownless (Mayor of Tauranga)

Credit: Datacom

Datacom is bringing 80 current staff together in a new Tauranga CBD office that has room for 40 more.

The ICT services giant Datacom officially opened its new office in Tauranga, bringing together staff from two smaller offices in Tauranga and Mt Maunganui into a much larger space. 

The new office can accommodate 40 additional people leaving room for significant growth.

“Our new, expanded Tauranga office brings our people together to share skills and ideas to create better ways of working and to enable ever-better outcomes for our customers," Datacom group CEO Greg Davidson said.

“We want to attract great people from the Tauranga region, and also attract people looking to relocate out of the big cities. 

"We want to bring more young people into technology, through initiatives like our graduate recruitment program, and help provide a pathway into employment."

Tauranga Mayor Greg Brownless welcomed the opening.

"Tauranga is already a dynamic place for technology focused businesses, so Datacom’s expansion is good news for our region,” he said.

Datacom's new Tauranga office is in Harington Street.
Datacom's new Tauranga office is in Harington Street.

Davidson said expansion in Tauranga was an expression of Datacom’s confidence in its growth plans.

“Our growth is underpinned by our focus on connecting people and technology, and helping communities and organisations to a better place," he said.


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