Primary Sector

NZ Apples and Pears boss to step down

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 08 Jun 2021

NZ Apples and Pears CEO Alan Pollard.
Rebecca Howard
Tue, 08 Jun 2021
NZ Apples and Pears chief executive Alan Pollard will step down from his role later this year, the industry organisation said.“As NZAPI defines what business as usual might look like post-covid, Alan feels that this is the right time for a new leader to bring their own skills, experience and style to the organisation,” chair Richard Punter said.Pollard has been in his role for just over nine years. According to Punter, the industry realised about $340 million in export earnings when Pollard started as CEO in March 2012, and abo...

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