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Murad: Ariya Kittichaikarn

November 30, -0001

Murad: named Ariya Kittichaikarn as its new sales director for Asia-Pacific. In this position, she will focus on expanding Murad’s presence in Thailand, Taiwan, China, Vietnam and Japan. Ms. Kittichaikarn has extensive marketing, sales and operations experience, including 10 years with L’Oréal in the luxury product division for Lancôme, BioTherm, Ralph Lauren and Armani.

The company also appointed Eric Arroyo as media director. He will be responsible for managing all of Murad’s Direct Response Television (DRTV) and radio placement, as well as overseeing media buying agencies and ensuring optimal campaign success. Mr. Arroyo comes to Murad from Quigley Simpson, where he partnered with Murad on the Murad Acne Complex campaign. Prior to Quigley Simpson, he worked at agencies including Williams Worldwide, Century Direct and Icon Media.
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