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Dres-Hajeski Returns To Lipo

September 22, 2011

Bring more than 14 years industry experience.

Lipo Chemicals, Inc. welcomed back Caren Dres-Hajeski as marketing director. She returned to Lipo with more than 14 years of experience in technical marketing and sales account management.

Dres-Hajeski began her career with Brooks Industries where she had technical marketing and sales responsibilities for Latin America and the US.She also had roles in sales and marketing at Active Concepts, before joining Lipo Chemicals, Inc. in 2003 as an account manager.She maintained this position for more than five years, managing major accounts in the North East. Subsequently, she moved to Active Organics, most recently as director, sales and marketing.

Her main responsibilities at Lipo Chemicals, Inc. will include key principal management, preparation and implementation of global marketing plans, product management, new product launches and corporate communications.

More info:www.lipochemicals.com

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