Appointments indicator of Bay’s importance

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Despite the uncertainties resulting from Covid-19 lockdowns in late August, New Zealand businesses have continued to signal their commitment to the Bay of Plenty business sector through a raft of new appointments.

Kate Romey

Kate Romey is heading up New Zealand operations of the trans-Tasman construction and engineering staffing recruiter, Marble.

Kate is based out of Tauranga and recruiting across Bay of Plenty, Waikato and Auckland regions. Her key focus is white collar appointments within residential, commercial and civil construction.

Expansion across New Zealand is on the horizon, including other regions and staffing offerings. Kate holds two years of specialist construction recruitment experience in Sydney and New Zealand.

She is excited about opportunities that exist within the ever-changing construction and design industries and bringing her knack and passion for matching talent with great organisations.

Alex Russell

Apricity Finance recently welcomed Alex Russell to the team as Business Development Associate. With a background in the insurance industry, Alex prides himself on developing and maintaining strong relationships and consistently delivering a high level of customer service. Passionate about exercise and learning new things – Alex is approachable and happy to discuss business cash flow challenges.

He can be contacted via alex@apricityfinance.com or 021 719 037.

Kaydi O’Connor

Kaydi O’Connor has joined Page Macrae Engineering as Marketing Specialist. Kaydi comes to Page Macrae from her previous role at Priority One which enabled a good insight into local Bay of Plenty industry.

Given Kaydi’s sporting background in representative canoe slalom and her passion for storytelling, she is well placed to drive Page Macrae’s new market and products marketing strategies.

Sustainability is becoming a more integrated consideration for all industries – Kaydi is very passionate in this area, with a totally holistic approach to not only our environment, but also our people and communities.

Her involvement in growing tomorrow’s minds with the likes of the Young Innovators program, which Page Macrae continues to sponsor, reflects a synergy which will have benefits for both Kaydi and Page Macrae. We are very excited to merge Kaydi’s talent with our own growth.

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Read: Page Macrae – Engineering a better tomorrow!

Read: Executive appointments bolster BOP



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