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Symrise North America Appoints Two Vice presidents

February 13, 2012

Symrise: promoted both Doreen Bucher and Brooke Aboozia to vice president in Symrise’s North American Scent & Care division. Both have been with Symrise and the industry for many years. Their new positions enable them to strategically further develop their business with key accounts, according to the company.

Bucher, until recently senior director of marketing, has been promoted to the newly-created position of vice president, fine fragrance marketing. In this role, she will be in charge of key clients and will continue to lead her marketing team in developing relevant consumer concepts and inspiring clients with multi-sensorial presentations. She has been at Symrise since 2006, successfully creating innovative marketing presentations for all fine fragrance clients.

Aboozia was promoted to vice president, global account director for Avon. As VP GAD, she will focus on the key client Avon and lead a global team in developing fine fragrance and personal care products as well as managing all other logistical and operational aspects of the account.

Aboozia joined Symrise in 2007 as senior sales director and in 2009 took on the responsibility of global account director.

Achim Daub, president scent and care for Symrise, congratulated his colleagues on their promotions: We are confident that we’ve made the right personnel decision to help us deal with all future challenges effectively and in an agile manner. We have dedicated and committed employees who are passionate about our business and our customers, and who will continue to make significant and meaningful contributions to our future success.”
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