By Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia, 22 May, 2015



Southern Cross Group Services Pty Ltd (“Southern Cross”) has experienced considerable growth throughout the past several years, and we would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your continued support and valuable contribution to our success.


As Southern Cross continually strives to deliver excellence in the provision of service to our valued clients, it is with great pleasure to announce significant appointments in regards to our Senior Executive team structure.

As of 9th June 2015, I will assume the newly created role of Chief Executive Officer. This new position will enable me to dedicate my time to customer relations and to promoting Southern Cross’ position as a leading provider of integrated services.


Stephen Butt will be appointed as the new General Manager, and will be responsible for the day to day operations of Southern Cross and its divisions.


In his role as National Training & Compliance Manager, Stephen played a key role in the recent success and growth of Southern Cross, developing and leading a series of successful initiatives that reflected Southern Cross’ philosophy on the importance of staff development and excellent customer service through programs such as the Leadership Training and Rewards & Recognition.


Stephen was also instrumental in the establishment of Southern Cross’ very own registered training organisation, Southern Cross Training (INT) Pty Ltd. As the new General Manager, Stephen will continue to serve Southern Cross with conviction and rigor to build on the company’s momentum and establish the right strategy to drive Southern Cross forward.


This new leadership structure is a significant milestone for Southern Cross as we stand committed to strengthening our relationship with all of our clients and associates.


I look forward to working closer with you in this new era of growth.


Thank you for your time and your support.


Best Regards,

Sam Johnson

Source: Southern Cross Group Services