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Tourism New Zealand names new Chief Executive
Stephen England-Hall has accepted the role of Chief Executive at Tourism New Zealand, a role he will commence in early April 2017.
England-Hall joins Tourism New Zealand after three years as Chief Executive at Loyalty New Zealand, prior to which he was Chief Marketing Officer with Syncapse Corporation and Chief Executive for Tourism New Zealand’s global media agency Razorfish in London.
England-Hall was born in Papakura and spent his teenage years in the Manawatu, before working across New Zealand, the United Kingdom and North America as a senior executive of leading digital marketing, data and technology companies.
Announcing the appointment, Tourism New Zealand Chair Kerry Prendergast stated “after what was a robust and stimulating process for the board, we are delighted to have secured a chief executive of such calibre.
“Stephen will be stepping into the organisation at a time of significant growth and success.
“He inherits a high performing team successfully delivering integrated marketing communications that has supported the tourism industry to become New Zealand’s number one export earner.”
Image: Stephen England-Hall at the Queenstown Marathon
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