Congratulations Kieren

One of the big jobs in New Zealand is head of mobile for Telecom. Kieren Cooney has just landed the job. While the new XT network hasn’t had the best start it’s been working well for us.

Congratulations Kieren.

We like to think we have our finger on the pulse so for what it’s worth here are a few suggestions for your 100 day plan …

2 Comments

Miki Szikszai
April 21, 2010 at 5:25 pm

Back in the day I had to deploy a cellsite for Alan Gibbs’s bach in Kaipara Harbour.
The only way you’ll get your last wish is to get on the Board of TNZL – or one of its separated entities

Ben Kepes
April 21, 2010 at 8:51 pm

@Miki – First Xero, now the NZX, next TNZL. Watch this space, Rod’s an ambitious guy
😉

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