40 new jobs at Trade Me as site and app development pick up

Wed, 30 Oct 2013

By Pattrick Smellie Oct. 30 (BusinessDesk) – Trade Me expects to invest more in the next year to inject higher growth into its general items auctions and expand its new goods offerings, chief executive Jon Macdonald told the annual shareholders’ meeting in Wellington. Approximately 40 new “technologists” were being sought to work on a wide array of upgrades to the functionality of the auction site, which Colmar-Brunton has identified as the fifth “most loved” New Zealand brand. Macdonald warned shareholders to expect “subdued” performance f...
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