A newly created role for the business.
Former Fujifilm general manager – electronic imaging, Frank Bite, has joined Camera House in the newly created role of national business manager – retail. Bite brings over 20 years in senior leadership roles with experience from Hagemeyer and Konica Minolta prior to his 13-year stint at Fujifilm.
As each Camera House is independently owned and operated, and with established relationships and well-deserved credibility, Bite is positioned to assist all parties on the road to success. He will report to Camera House general manager, Paul Rogers.
“I have been fortunate to work with Frank in a former life and am looking forward to his contribution to the head office team,” Rogers said.
“Camera House members receive support in a myriad of diverse areas from finance, operations and logistics to web services, marketing and buying via both the Raleru head office, and more recently as part of the Narta group.
“Frank understands the ecosystem and the supplier facing componentry surrounding the structure and his breadth and depth of knowledge has many obvious advantages to the Camera House business. He will provide an invaluable conduit and filter between the store owners, the board, our key suppliers and our support staff.
“His commercial acumen is something we believe will add value to all stakeholders. He has a foundation of respect from all the members of the group and his lateral thinking and organisational skills will be a great springboard to bringing commercially astute ideas to fruition. On behalf of a proud and excited team, we welcome Frank to the business.”