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Oxipay and Q Card provider FlexiGroup appoints new chief customer officer

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  • October 26, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Oxipay and Q Card provider FlexiGroup appoints new chief customer officer

FlexiGroup New Zealand has intensified its focus on customer-centricity in the payments industry by appointing Tim McFarlane to the newly-created role of chief customer officer. The company has a number of retail finance products in its stable, including Q Card, buy-now-pay-later product Oxipay, and the Farmers Card.

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Countdown appoints new GM merchandise

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  • October 12, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Countdown appoints new GM merchandise

Countdown has appointed Scott Davidson to the role of general manager merchandise. Davidson comes from a role as head of produce for Australian company Woolworths, of which Countdown owner Progressive Enterprises is a subsidiary.

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