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Computer 2000 has re-hired Julian Klein, who will replace sales director Paul Cook. The Basingstoke-based distributor said Cook had resigned "to pursue new opportunities." Graeme Watt, Computer 2000 MD, said the group was sad to lose Cook, who had been at the company for three years. Klein left Computer 2000 two years ago to join Apple UK as its sales director. He then moved on to Xerox as the company's channels director. His previous stint at Computer 2000 lasted six years in product marketing. Klein said: "It is currently an interesting time for distribution and Computer 2000 is clearly outperforming the sector." One of his aims would be to "increase the gap over the competition," he said. ®

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