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NextMinute boosts team with Sydney hires
Fri, 4th Nov 2022
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A trio of new Sydney-based appointments have been made to bolster the company's expansion in Australia leading into 2023.

Erica Price has been appointed Growth Marketing Manager and will oversee all aspects of NextMinute's global demand and lead generation activities.

Price joins NextMinute with more than ten years' experience in marketing and account management and previously worked as Senior Marketing Manager at Beforepay, where she managed all aspects of their marketing department, having built it from the ground up.

Anna-Kate Maguire has been appointed Account Executive and will be responsible for accelerating new business acquisitions for NextMinute across Australia and New Zealand.

Maguire joins NextMinute with 12 years of sales and account management experience in large enterprises and the public sector.

Omar Ebrahimi has been appointed Account Executive and joins NextMinute with four years of account management experience, having previously worked at Fergus Software as Senior Account Manager.

In his new role at NextMinute, Ebrahimi will be responsible for further building out market momentum for the company's portfolio of job management software for residential trade and construction businesses across Australia and New Zealand.

"We're delighted to welcome these three new executives to NextMinute and look forward to the positive impact that their expertise will bring to both our partner momentum and overall customer experience," says Michael Savanis, Chief Revenue Officer, NextMinute.

"As we look forward to the year ahead, we're continuing to invest in our product development and partner ecosystem and have maintained our pricing, all of which have proven to be beneficial in attracting new employees to the NextMinute business despite the tight labour market.

"The three new appointments are testament to the fact that working with a great product and the opportunity to forge your own career path will still enable a company to attract the brightest of candidates."