Novinium hires Chau as director of marketing

  • Wednesday, November 15, 2017 4:12pm
  • Business
Kim Chau. COURTESY PHOTO

Kim Chau. COURTESY PHOTO

Kent-based Novinium, a supplier of underground electrical cable rejuvenation products to electric utilities including a new product to prevent manhole events, has hired Kim Chau as the company’s new director of marketing.

Chau’s primary focus will be on elevating the company’s brand awareness in target markets and developing marketing strategies to engage and challenge customers.

Prior to joining Novinium, Chau’s held marketing leadership roles at Product Creation Studio, Microsoft, AT&T and Ericsson. Chau’s holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University. She is also completing her MBA through California Southern University, where she plans to pursue her doctorate next year.

“We are very pleased to have Kim head our marketing team as we continue to grow into new industries and markets,” said Chris Sams, VP of marketing at Novinium.

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