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Jabra A/NZ strengthens channel focus with four new appointments

Jabra A/NZ strengthens channel focus with four new appointments

Company aims to grow within the business UC space

Headset maker, Jabra A/NZ, has announced four new roles within its marketing and channel team as the company aims to grow within the business UC space.

The company appointed Ryan St John as its channel manager in A/NZ, Jonathan Mulroy as enterprise sales manager for A/NZ, Jerry Ng to the role of marketing manager A/NZ and promoted Marie Dave as SI/alliance manager A/NZ.

John and Mulroy join the company with several years’ experience in the reseller environment. John most recently served as Anixter Australia’s plantronics product manager, while Mulroy was Sennheiser Communications’ national sales manager.

Ng joins Jabra with over 20 years’ experience in the IT&T industry and was formerly employed at Optus Communications, Nortel Networks and most recently, Panasonic Australia – where he worked as its product marketing manager for UC.

Dave has been working at Jabra for several years prior to being promoted.

Jabra A/NZ managing director, Fulvio Toniotti, said the appointments marked the company’s commitment to channel sales and marketing.

“One of our key goals this financial year is to re-invigorate and strengthen our relationships with our valued partners and customers and continue to deliver support so they can satisfy the needs of their customers,” he said.

The key focus of the new appointees will be to maintain consistent and valuable communications with its partners and continue to assist them in growing their businesses.

In maintaining greater communication with its channel partners, Jabra also recently released its first issue of the JABRAcadabra Channel Newsletter, which focuses on all Jabra channel, sales and marketing news and activities throughout the region.


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