Fujitsu General New Zealand is pleased to announce that Stephen Fleming ONZM, has renewed his contract as brand ambassador, taking the partnership to 25 years.
The contract term has been extended for a further three years, which makes Fleming’s partnership with Fujitsu General one of the longest brand ambassador collaborations in New Zealand.
Philip Perham, Managing Director, Fujitsu General Australia and New Zealand, said Fujitsu General was proud to continue the partnership and is eagerly awaiting another three years of exciting projects.
“Stephen has been the face of Fujitsu General during its most creative and memorable moments, and we are incredibly happy with what he has accomplished as brand ambassador.
“Stephen enables Fujitsu General to differentiate its products and services in the heat pump category. We strive to educate customers that Fujitsu is about more than buying a product from the catalogue; we’re about providing technical services, product education and a tailored heating and cooling solution.
“Stephen has been instrumental in helping us communicate to our customers and we look forward to working with him for another three years,” Perham said.
Stephen said he was delighted to be continuing his relationship with Fujitsu General New Zealand.
“To be involved with Fujitsu General New Zealand for over 20 years is something I am really proud of. Strong relationships are key to any team success and my relationship with Fujitsu General New Zealand has grown very strong during the time that we have worked together.
“So much so I am now recognised as the “Fujitsu heat pump guy” rather than a former New Zealand cricketer!”
Christchurch-born Fleming is one of New Zealand’s favourite cricket stars, earning the reputation in sporting circles as one of the most successful test captains that New Zealand has ever had. Fleming played his first Test match in 1994 at age 21, and in 1997 scored his maiden Test century with 128 runs against England. At 23 he became the youngest captain for New Zealand’s national cricket team. During his captaincy he helped New Zealand win its first ICC Champions Trophy in 2000.
Fleming was the first New Zealand cricketer to earn three Test double-centuries. After playing 111 tests for New Zealand, 80 as captain, he retired in 2008.
“I am excited to be extending my association with Fujitsu General New Zealand and to continue being involved with a company that shares the same team beliefs that I experienced when playing international cricket,” Fleming said.
Fleming’s renewed agreement with Fujitsu General will commence 1 April 2022.
by Fujitsu General New Zealand | Mar 31, 2022