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OrganoClick names Elisabet Heinrich as marketing manager
24
Dec '15
OrganoClick has named Elisabet Heinrich as marketing manager and member of the management team of OrganoClick, with responsibilities which include marketing, brand strategy and brand management.

“Elisabet has more than 10 years of experience in marketing and brand management and is currently working as Nordic Group product manager at Arvid Nordquist AB,” an OrganoClick press release stated.

Elisabet has an MBA in International Marketing & Law from Stockholm University and has more than 10 years of experience of marketing and brand management.

At Arvid Norquist, she was responsible for their product portfolio of food, beer and wine including brands such as Kelloggs, Pringles, Tabasco, and DelMonte.

Prior to Arvid Norquist, Elisabet served for six years as Scandinavian product & brand manager for Orion Pharma's non-prescriptive products such as pain killers and skin care products which were sold through pharmacies.

“Her experience from marketing and brand management will be very valuable for the further development of OrganoClick's brands targeting consumers or B2B", CEO at OrganoClick Mårten Hellberg said.

"I am very happy about the confidence given and the challenges ahead and my commitment is to sustainable enterprise from an economic, social and environmental perspective,” Elisabet Heinrich said.

“Now all of us at OrganoClick will continue the journey together to bring better and more environmentally friendly products in the wood, textile, fibre composites and paper products to the market,” she too added.

“I am really looking forward to tackling these challenges together with colleagues and management," Heinrich stated. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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