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Micro Powders Appoints Regional Sales Manager

June 6, 2014

Smith brings almost 35 years of experience to personal care division.

Micro Powders, Inc. hired Diana Smith as a sales manager for the personal care division based out of Tarrytown, NY.  She will be responsible for the Northeast and Southern territories in the US  as well as Canada and Asia.
 
Smith has made her career in the cosmetics industry in which she has been an active participant for the past 34 years.  Her experience has been full circle, working at finished product manufacturers, chemical suppliers and the distribution network.  Smith’s work experience has encompassed new product development and marketing for finished formulations and raw materials, technical support, as well as business and account management for sales and marketing.
 
“We are very excited to have Diana join our personal care division,” said Deena Strauss Kornblau, CEO, Micro Powders.  “She shares our values and our focus on innovation and our customers.  Diana has proved to be very successful throughout her career and has a proven track record.”
 
 
 
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