Tuesday 24th August 2010
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The Orange Group has appointed Keiran Frost as its national group operations manager, responsible for the operations across all companies within the group.
Frost joins The Orange Group with an extensive hospitality and events background with eighteen years experience in managing and developing operations for hospitality businesses in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom (UK).
He grew up in New Zealand but has lived and worked in the UK for fourteen years. During that time he managed operations for a range of high profile businesses in the UK from Marks & Spencers and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts to the Apostrophe Restaurants and the Square Pie.
Most recently on his return to New Zealand shores in 2008, he was instrumental in the development of the events and hospitality business at Villa Maria Estate for the corporate, domestic and international markets and their now renowned outdoor concert series.
Frost says he is excited to join the team at Orange which has a fantastic environment to work in.
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