Ian Crowe
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Ian Crowe

Museum of New Zealand / Te Papa Tongarewa

Director, museum and commercial services

  • Previously associate director commercial services at Auckland University.
  • Earlier led delivery of the hospitality and logistics programme for Rugby World Cup 2011.
  • Venue and operations management experience in the UK and Australia for theatres, stadiums, art centres, palaces, and major sports events.

Career

Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games
Venue Manager
Jan 2006 - Present
Marriner Group
General Manager Operations and Strategy
Mar 2006 - Dec 2007
Rugby New Zealand 2011 Ltd
Program Manager
Dec 2007 - Dec 2012
The University of Auckland
Associate Director Commercial Services
Aug 2012 - Aug 2016
Museum of New Zealand / Te Papa Tongarewa
Director Museum and Commercial Services
Sep 2016 - Present

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