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Microban appoints Lisa Owen as global business director
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Feb '15
Microban International, Ltd, a global leader in antimicrobial solutions, has appointed Lisa Owen as the senior director of global business development for textiles.

Owen would join a well-established textiles team at Microban, which focuses on increasing product value through durable and effective antimicrobial product protection.

An accomplished business executive with expertise in business development, global strategy and ingredient branding, Owen comes to Microban from executive positions at RSC Bio Solutions, NatureWorks, Marley, Klochner, Honeywell, and BAE Systems. Owens’ experience ranges from specialty and commodity plastics, fibres, and chemicals business through development of successful strategies and implementation of product, technology, marketing, commercial and business plans and building, as well as leading multicultural teams.

Owen received her MBA from the University of Richmond in finance and international business and a BSc degree from USC in chemical engineering.

Richard Chapman, vice president of global marketing for Microban International said, “The textile category is a global priority for Microban, and the addition of Lisa to our team is one example of how we are making significant investments in our expertise from R&D to marketing in order to drive growth. With Lisa’s help, we’re looking forward to educating more and more product developers about the Microban difference.”

Microban International, Ltd. is a global technology and marketing company dedicated to enhancing high quality consumer, industrial, and medical products with branded built-in protection from microbes. (GK)

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