2degrees hires former Apple exec as chief of strategy

Staff reporters
Thu, 22 Oct 2020

Staff reporters
Thu, 22 Oct 2020
2degrees has hired Zac Summers, recently of Apple, to be its new chief of strategy.Still describing itself as a challenger brand, the telco said Summers will join the company in late November.  At Apple, Summers was responsible for the iPhone business in New Zealand as carrier manager. Before that he worked for eight years at Vodafone, the former employer of 2degrees CEO Mark Aue.Aue said Summers “will be tasked with driving our business to ensure we thrive in our second decade, continuing and building on the great work of our leader...

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