25 Jan Lumify group appoints new GM for New Zealand ICT training operations
Lumify Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Smith as the new General Manager for its New Zealand operations, which includes Lumify Work NZ, formerly known as Auldhouse.
Auckland, New Zealand, 25 January 2023- Australasia’s leading IT Training Provider, Lumify Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Smith as the new General Manager for its New Zealand operations. Andrew will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company’s New Zealand branch, which includes Lumify Work NZ, formerly known as Auldhouse.
Andrew brings a wealth of experience to Lumify Group, having worked in the consulting and education sector for over 20 years. Prior to joining Lumify Group, Andrew worked for Skills Consulting Group, where he ran acquired training businesses within the group, such as SoftEd, IMNZ, and e-tec. He also managed a consulting team that specialised in digital learning. Andrew also led several project consulting teams into many leading New Zealand organisations.
“We are thrilled to welcome Andrew to the Lumify Group team,” said Jon Lang, CEO of Lumify Group. “His extensive experience in the consulting and education sector, as well as his passion for learning and helping people develop new skills, makes him the perfect fit for our company. We look forward to seeing the positive impact he will have on our New Zealand operations.”
“I am excited to be joining a business with such a strong track record,” said Andrew Smith, the new General Manager for Lumify Group New Zealand Operations. “Auldhouse has been a dominant training brand in New Zealand for such a long time. It has great products and people and is well positioned for the future.
“Under the Lumify brand, we can stretch the offerings in New Zealand and support our customers in new ways. The rate of change is greater than ever before, as Lumify, we will be able to help create re-skill and supplement the capabilities that our customers need to stay ahead of the technology curve.”
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts (Education) from the University of Auckland and is committed to helping organisations lift their capability with training and other services, to create a future-ready workforce.