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Oftentimes the pathway to the future isn't a direct one. Emma Massey, Senior Commercial Analyst at Coca-Cola Amatil started her career journey at The University of Auckland studying what all accountants must perfect to progress her accounting career - French. Eventually, Emma graduated with the unique combination of a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting.

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Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand is pleased to announce the return of Susan Lowe to the business, this time as General Manager of People and Culture.

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Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand (CCANZ) has received the prestigious Aon Hewitt Best Employer Accreditation for the second year.

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What does it take to bring together NZ's largest free Christmas Event?

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While we've been supporters of Youthline for eight years through the annual Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park events, this year we decided to take that support to the next level, creating a partnership to help ensure young New Zealanders grow up to become the best they can be.

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Both Coca-Cola Amatil NZ and The Coca-Cola Company have combined once again to help out one of our communities.

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In 2012, Lafoai Luaitalo became one of our first CCA First Foundation students. Lafoai has been working in the NCC for the past 4 years, supporting the team during her school and Uni holidays.

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CCA has been recognised by Countdown at the Progressive Enterprise's annual Supplier of the Year Awards held at the Vodafone Events Centre in August.

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The newest addition to CCA's manufacturing network, the Keri Juice Plant, was officially opened to a crowd of excited guests, including Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce, Powerade ambassador Mahe Drysdale and the Group Leadership Team lead by Alison Watkins, on Friday September 23.

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