The recruitment company searching for David Davies'
replacement at Dunedin Venues Management Ltd was paid $40,500
for its work, new figures confirm.
Dunedin Venues Management Ltd spent $51,307.45 on an
international search to replace former chief executive David
Davies that eventually led back to one of the company's own,
it has been confirmed.
The finances of the company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr
Stadium look set to improve after cost-cutting and a cash
injection from the Dunedin City Council.
The number of applications for the role to be vacated by
Dunedin Venues Management Ltd chief executive David Davies
remains a closely guarded secret.
An international search for candidates to replace Dunedin
Venues Management Ltd chief executive David Davies has
reached a deadline, leaving the company with a crucial choice
It has been built, they have come, but unfortunately - last
night anyway - they went away sad.
Tickets for the All Blacks v Springboks test go on sale on
Monday for residents south of the Waitaki River, but the
offer is not open for long.
First came Elton John, and cowboys will soon move in, but the
latest announcement concerning the Forsyth Barr Stadium has a
more local flavour.
A major review of Forsyth Barr Stadium and the company
running it is about to begin, amid confident talk the roofed
venue can yet be made to pay its way.
It remains unclear whether a possible Coldplay concert in
Dunedin was discussed between promoters and venue management.
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