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Presperse: Diana Smith

July 12, 2007

Presperse:
Diana Smith has joined Presperse, Inc. as the new global accounts manager. In this role, Ms. Smith will be responsible for leading and coordinating all of our technical development and commercial efforts at Estée Lauder and Procter & Gamble, working directly with the development teams at all locations globally. Ms. Smith has a chemistry/biology degree from Florida Tech University and more than 20 years of experience in the cosmetic industry, working through positions in R&D, formulations development, customer technical service, sales and marketing. Ms. Smith’s materials background includes work on active ingredients, powders, colorants and fragrances for use in skin care, hair care and color cosmetics.
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