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Caroline Kamerbeek has joined KEMA as director of corporate marketing and communications.
 
In her new function Kamerbeek and her team will further build the global KEMA brand and reputation and shape the global integrated marketing and communication policy to support the strategic and operational growth objectives of KEMA. Kamerbeek has more than 20 years’ experience in strategic marketing and communication functions in international innovative businesses, nine of which were at Philips, a global leader in health and well-being.
 
“Caroline brings along extensive international experience and in-depth knowledge within the marketing and communications field,” said Thijs Aarten, KEMA CEO. “As KEMA has outspoken ambitions to further grow its global business, I am convinced that her input will support the objectives of our company.”
 
KEMA
KEMA, founded in 1927, is an independent leading authority that is active worldwide in the energy value chain and is specialized in high-grade service provision in the field of business and technical consultancy, operational support, measurement and inspections and testing and certification. As an independent business, KEMA advises and supports government bodies as well as producers, suppliers and end users of energy and manufacturers of electricity transmission and distribution equipment. Some 1,800 professionals work at KEMA, which has branches and representatives in more than 20 countries.

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Caroline Kamerbeek has joined KEMA as director of corporate marketing and communications.
 
In her new function Kamerbeek and her team will further build the global KEMA brand and reputation and shape the global integrated marketing and communication policy to support the strategic and operational growth objectives of KEMA. Kamerbeek has more than 20 years’ experience in strategic marketing and communication functions in international innovative businesses, nine of which were at Philips, a global leader in health and well-being.
 
“Caroline brings along extensive international experience and in-depth knowledge within the marketing and communications field,” said Thijs Aarten, KEMA CEO. “As KEMA has outspoken ambitions to further grow its global business, I am convinced that her input will support the objectives of our company.”
 
KEMA
KEMA, founded in 1927, is an independent leading authority that is active worldwide in the energy value chain and is specialized in high-grade service provision in the field of business and technical consultancy, operational support, measurement and inspections and testing and certification. As an independent business, KEMA advises and supports government bodies as well as producers, suppliers and end users of energy and manufacturers of electricity transmission and distribution equipment. Some 1,800 professionals work at KEMA, which has branches and representatives in more than 20 countries.

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