Charles Agee, Managing Director, OfficeMax Australasia

    While most eyes are focused on what the 'new' Office Depot is doing in North America, at the other end of the world in Australia, OfficeMax and its Managing Director Charles Agee are successfully defending their territory.

    And Agee can do so now with the backing of a combined $17 billion organisation with a customer base spanning… 

     

     

     

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