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OceanLED hires new leaders

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UK-based OceanLED, provider of luxury marine underwater LED lighting, has appointed two new people to its global leadership team: Global Managing Director Charlie Stuart and Marketing Manager Lindsay Shapiro.

Stuart will implement new business and operational processes while overseeing product development, driving sales and new business initiatives, and managing the company’s employees.

Shapiro will oversee the company’s marketing, public relations, and events in the United States. Based in Deerfield Beach, she serves on committees and boards for more than a dozen charities including the American Red Cross, the American Lung Association, and Mt. Sinai Medical Center.

“Having spent two years reorganizing the company and returning it to profitability, the time is right to introduce the next phase of growth through the introduction of new products and new key people,” CEO Guppy Dhariwal said.

For more information, visit www.oceanled.com.

 

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