Dennis Lynch

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Auckland residential property prices held steady during February but there are signs that an increase in the number of listings will begin to contain…

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The list of the many prominent New Zealand companies and individuals who have benefited from Dennis’ wise counsel is certainly too long to mention, but nonetheless awe-inspiring.

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He led the Network team to win numerous international and New Zealand public relations awards and his strategic expertise has formed the basis for a career that’s encompassed corporate positioning, company IPOs, takeovers and defenses, government relations, and crisis and issues management. He’s a behind-the-scenes man, and somewhat of an enigma, but there’s nothing mysterious about the common sense and well-founded approach that Dennis provides to both the Network team and his long-standing client base: analyse what’s really at the heart of any issue.

That’s the basis of building any communications response and the key to issues management. He brings clarity of thinking and astute focus to complex situations, always with a mind to maintain an independent perspective and voice of reason in the midst of turmoil. He’s led a career where he’s thrived on the urgent nature of issues and reputation management, and has built relationships established on trust and reliable expertise.

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He brings clarity of thinking and astute focus to complex situations, always with a mind to maintain an independent perspective and voice of reason in the midst of turmoil.

While the number of residential properties sold in Auckland in May was low compared to previous years,…

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Auckland residential property prices returned to normal levels of activity in March with sales numbers…

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Uncertainty about prices dominated the Auckland residential housing market in February, with sales numbers…

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The average price being paid for residential property across all of Northland accelerated in the last…

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