Marketing manager

Lonza has announced that Victor Low has joined the Lonza Personal Care team as a commercial marketing manager. Victor will be responsible for driving and supporting new global product launches for the natural and protein product lines.

Victor has over six years’ experience at Croda where he has held positions of increasing responsibility, finally as marketing executive. In this role, Victor’s responsibilities were to launch and promote unique botanical extracts for personal care in North America. Victor’s previous responsibilities included formulation development for hair care and project management for manufacturing. Victor earned his Bachelors’ degree in Chemical Engineering from Rutgers University.

 

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