Market Manager, Bostik, Inc.Dana Ray is the North America Market Manager for Bostik's Global Nonwovens division. Dana has over 18 years of experience in product and market management in industrial, B2B markets, including automotive and tape and label. Ms. Ray is currently responsible for using in-depth market insight to develop market growth strategies and bring innovative, highly valued products to Bostik's customers in the North America hygiene market. Ms. Ray received her degree in Business Economics & Public Policy from Indiana University.
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