SALES BROKER GREG DAGGE JOINS N&J

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In 1990, Greg sold his veterinary business to pursue a full-time career in yachting.

Sales Broker Greg Dagge’s lifelong yachting passion began with sailing dinghies in Hong Kong. Once he began racing at a world-championship level, he became a professional racing sailor.

Greg then went to university and obtained a Bachelors of Veterinary Science degree. He developed a very successful four-branch veterinary business in Hong Kong, but he couldn’t escape his passion for life on the water. In 1990, Greg sold his veterinary business to pursue a full-time career in yachting. He began working in the brokerage sector; his company sourced, introduced and handled the marketing and sales of some of the top brands in Asia and, from 1997 on, in Australia.

Greg has now joined the Northrop & Johnson team; his intimate knowledge of the cultural make-up of the Asia Pacific Region, as well as his strong background in all aspects of yacht marketing, will prove invaluable assets in his new role.

For more information on the appointment of Greg Dagge as sales broker with Northrop & Johnson, please email [email protected]. To contact Greg Dagge, please email [email protected].
 

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