Indevin appoints new Grower Relations Manager

Indevin appoints new Grower Relations Manager image

Founded in 2003, Indevin is one of New Zealand’s leading producer of high-quality wines. Based in Blenheim, their grapes come from over 3,000 hectares of planted vineyards and blended in their wineries across three of the great NZ wine regions – Marlborough, Hawkes Bay and Gisborne. This them a scale and consistency of supply unmatched in NZ wine.  

With ambitious future, growth plans and the aim of becoming the leading player in the NZ wine industry, Indevin were ready to expand their tribe and bring on a new Grower Relations Manager. 

We are pleased to announce Jessica Thomas as the new Grower Relations Manager for Indevin. With her foundations in the wine industry and recent career within real estate combined with her strong networks and relationships in the Marlborough region, Jessica was the rare leader Indevin were looking for.

“I’ve been privileged to watch Indevin grow from humble beginnings here in Marlborough to a world leading producer and exporter of New Zealand wine. Indevin’s down to earth, positive and purposeful approach to business was a major attraction for me. Plus, I’m excited to put my commercial skills and previous wine industry experience into action within this authentic and dynamic company”. Jessica Thomas 

GM Supply Chain at Indevin, Richard Gardner worked closely with Tribe's Cameron King (Head of Sales & Marketing) on the role, and said; "Jessica brings a broad range of great skills to Indevin that she has built through a diverse career. Jessica started out in recruitment, has built and run businesses, held marketing positions in the wine industry and has most recently been very successful in the extremely competitive real estate industry.  Jess brings outstanding relationship and stakeholder management skills and disciplines, a wealth of local connections, team leadership and has a very strong commercial acumen." Richard Gardner. 

Placed by our head of Sales and Marketing here at Tribe, Cameron King.

 


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