Wellington Business Welcomes Contact Centres Australia

The second announcement in a week of new companies setting up in Wellington is further proof that the city and its environs are increasingly attractive base for business, says Wellington Employers’ Chamber of Commerce, Chief Executive Raewyn Bleakley. “The decision by Contact Centres Australia to choose the Wellington CBD to open their first New Zealand contact centre, creating] about 100 local jobs by July and up to 200 within two years, is excellent news.

 “Coupled with last week’s announcement by international Swedish telecommunications company Ericcson that it is to invest $15 million in a new cable ducting factory in Porirua, with the creation of 30 local jobs, the year has been kicked off in an extremely positive way.

 “This is a further reflection of the region’s ability to attract new and exciting businesses and that we have a lot to offer down here.”


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