OceanLED names marketing director

OceanLED named Jim Deheer marketing director with global responsibility for all of the company’s marketing and communication activities.
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OceanLED named Jim Deheer marketing director with global responsibility for all of the company’s marketing and communication activities.

“We are delighted to welcome Jim to Ocean LED management team,” OceanLED CEO Guppy Dhariwal said in a statement. “Jim brings with him extensive marine industry knowledge and experience, which will be a huge asset for us as we look to take OceanLED to the next level.”

Deheer has more than 20 years of experience in the marine industry. He previously worked for Navico as global brand director and as marketing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, managing brands that included B&G, Simrad and Lowrance.

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