Investor Relations

Appoints Senior Seven Executive

Back Mar 27, 2000
Q MULTIMEDIUM LIMITED                         2000-03-27  ASX-SIGNAL-G

HOMEX - Perth                                                         

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Q Multimedium Ltd (QMM) continues its expansion programme with the
appointment of a key marketing executive to join the company early
April.

Ray Wardrop, formerly director of marketing, publicity and promotions
at Channel Seven Perth, has been appointed by QMM to bolster the
company's marketing thrust into t0
he e-commerce arena, which took a
major stop this week with the national release of the first series of
Q Sports mini disks featuring AFL players.

Mr Wardrop held a senior management position at the Seven Network's
most successful station for the past five years (Channel Seven Perth
has lost only a handful of survey weeks in that time and is currently
the highest rating television station in Australia). His appointment
at QMM is seen as a major industry coup.

Prior to his r0
ole at Seven, Mr Wardrop was the promotions manager of
West Australian Newspapers, also for a period of five years.

Commenting on his appointment, QMM chairman Kevin Campbell said: "We
are very happy indeed to have secured Ray Wardrop. His experience in
both print media and electronic media marketing will be invaluable as
QMM enters an important growth stage. I have personal knowledge of
his energy and acumen and know he has a lot to offer the company and
our shareholders."
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Mr Wardrop said leaving Seven was a big decision. "The team at Seven
have a brilliant track record and I've been privileged to have played
a small part in their outstanding success over the years. However the
opportunities that QMM have before them are very exciting and I want
to be part of it."

Mr Wardrop will be responsible for all aspects of QMM's marketing
strategies.

The Australian release of Q Sport CD-ROM mini disks this week feature
sixteen AFL players, one from ea0
ch club. Priced at $9.95 the disks
are available at Harvey Norman, Myer, Toys'R Us, Electronic Boutique,
dstore.com, software stockists, AFT, clubs and AFL licensed outlets.
They are targeted at the 7-14 youth market but are expected to appeal
to sports fans of all ages.

B Robinson
         
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