IPS Adhesives Adds Two Decision-Makers
Anne Hultgren tapped as VP of sales and marketing.
IPS Adhesives (IPSA; Durham, NC), a supplier of structural and surfacing adhesive products, has hired Anne Hultgren as its vice president of sales and marketing and Philippe Belot as its managing director of Europe.
Hultgren’s focus will be the development and execution of IPSA’s global sales and marketing strategy, and she will oversee the North American sales team and manufacturers’ representatives.
She previously held marketing and sales leadership roles at Ingersoll Rand and United Technologies. Most recently, she served as the director of Masco operating system at Masco Corporation, where she was responsible for driving growth in 13 business units and the corporate headquarters.
Belot will be charged with enhancing IPSA’s European operations and aligning them with the company’s broader growth strategy.Advertisement
He brings more than 25 years of experience in specialty formulated polymer businesses from his previous roles at Trinseo/Styron, Dow Chemical and Gurit-Essex. Currently based in Switzerland, he will relocate to IPSA’s European headquarters in Newcastle, UK in 2022.
For more information, visit ipscorp.com.
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