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Chorus's Oakley to leave next year

Staff reporters
Wed, 28 Oct 2020

Staff reporters
Wed, 28 Oct 2020
Chorus's head of strategy and business operations will leave the company early next year.Vanessa Oakley was a founding executive when Chorus was established after the demerger from Telecom in 2011. She most recently oversaw the firm's end-to-end business improvement programme, the company said. She currently leads the strategy, regulatory, transformation, customer experience and migration teams.“Last year Vanessa agreed with the chairman that she would stay on at Chorus to support my entry to the company,” chief executive JB...

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