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  • 21 Dec 2020

Avery Dennison names Mark B. Miller VP of marketing

Avery Dennison has appointed Mark B. Miller as vice president of marketing for its Label and Packaging Materials, North America division

Avery Dennison has appointed Mark B. Miller as vice president of marketing for its Label and Packaging Materials, North America division based in Mentor, Ohio.

Miller brings more than 20 years of global senior leadership and marketing experience to the company, including strategic planning and market development, P&L accountability, mergers and acquisitions, and organization building. 

His most recent role was general manager and vice president, global professional markets, for SC Johnson. There, he led a multiphase strategy for the acquisition of Deb Holdings, which increased the business’ global market opportunity to USD 45 billion and oversaw the development of 70 products. 

He also served as vice president of marketing for Ecolab, where he drove sales and marketing strategies. Miller’s other positions have included marketing roles at Graco, 3M, and Hewlett-Packard.

‘We welcome Mark to Avery Dennison and congratulate him on his new role,’ said Jeroen Diderich, vice president and general manager, Label and Graphic Materials, North America. ‘Mark will lead the product marketing, communications, and research functions while playing a key role in driving customer and industry insight-based innovation, as well as drive service and quality excellence through cross-functional collaboration. 

‘He comes to us with a strong, results-driven track record in developing winning teams to create and execute successful strategies with speed and precision. His experience across large, global enterprises, acquisitions, and venture-backed start-ups will be a strength as we continue to expand our market leadership position.’

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