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Guerette Named Senior Marketing Manager of MicroCare

Photonics.com
Jan 2017
NEW BRITAIN, Conn., Jan. 9, 2017 — Precision cleaning product manufacturer MicroCare Corp. has appointed Guylaine Guerette as its senior marketing manager.

“Guylaine is a superb addition to MicroCare,” said Tom Tattersall, chief operating officer of MicroCare. “She has deep, hands-on experience in crucial marketing skills and also a heads-up strategic perspective that is so rare but so essential to building sustainable, long-term marketing programs.”

Guerette holds a degree from Endicott College and spent eighteen years of her career in marketing at Brady Corp., where managed multi-channel programs and led campaign deployments. At MicroCare, Guerette will be responsible for synchronizing marketing programs across all four business units.

“Initially, it’s going to be a real puzzle, to learn about all the markets that MicroCare serves and to fully understand the complex products they make,” Guerette said. “I’m very much looking forward to the challenge.”

MicroCare is a developer of precision cleaning, coating and lubrication products for the electronics, metal finishing, transportation, photonics, medical devices and aerospace industries.

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