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The Sun Products Corporation welcomed Ed Vlacich as executive vice president, national brands

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• The Sun Products Corporation: welcomed Ed Vlacich as executive vice president, national brands. He will be responsible for building the company’s branded business through marketing, innovation and strategic leadership. Vlacich will also be a member of the executive leadership team and will be instrumental in expanding national brand presence and driving performance across North America.

Vlacich comes to Sun Products from Novartis where he spent more than seven years in senior leadership roles, most recently serving as global chief marketing officer for CIBA Vision. Prior to this, he was general manager of the Novartis Germany/Austria business unit based in Munich. Earlier in his career, Vlacich held various marketing and new business development roles at Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble. He began his career at P&G and worked there for 11 years.
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