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AUCKLAND, Monday: Freemans Bay digital agency Central Station is celebrating two new arrivals to the team, due to growth of their client portfolio.

Digital project manager Stephanie Robinson has international experience developing digital teams and implementing digital transformation at Affordable Art Fair in London. She has been in NZ for 18 months, previously working for Icehouse

MD Josh Lock said: “At Central Station Stephanie will amalgamate her skills in art, management & technology to deliver superior projects to the agency’s clients.”

Full stack PHP developer Bing Liang brings experience from Japan, New Zealand and China, to go with his Master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence.


“In a past life, Bing also played professional football.”

Liang hails from China, and has been in NZ for four years, previously contracting in various roles, including AskNicely.

Josh Lock: “Bing has worked to develop global projects with wide scope as a systems engineer.

“Having worked to implement systems at the National Library of China, cataloguing over 10 million sets of data, Bing keeps an avid eye on machine-learning developments.

“In a past life, Bing also played professional football.”


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