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NJ hires new charter broker in Antibes

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Katia Zoloeva has joined Northrop & Johnson as a charter broker in Antibes. According to a company statement, Zoloeva has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and an MBA with an emphasis in marketing. She previously worked for Boat International and Heesen Yachts. According to Northrop & Johnson, she was employed in the oil and natural gas industries before yachting.

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