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Fibercore appoints US account manager

Fibercore, a UK-based designer and manufacturer of specialty optical fibre has appointed Karen Moore as its US account manager. Karen brings 17 years of technical sales and sales management experience to the role.

Karen joins Fibercore having demonstrated success within both large established public companies, having spent 10 years at Corning, and smaller private companies including Nufern, Xanoptix, Precision Filters, and Photonic Controls. Karen also spent six years as a lieutenant in the Civil Engineer Corps in the U. S. Navy.

Within Karen’s previous experience as a global applications engineer, sales and sales management she has serviced customers in Europe, Asia, and North America. Her proven commercial success in business to business sales with highly technical products in fibre optics, opto-electronics and electronics/signal conditioning, selling to both private companies as well as government and military/defence agencies, will be pivotal in her new role.

'With Karen’s extensive experience in speciality fibre, both at Corning and Nufern, she will be able to hit the ground running and help Fibercore continue meeting our aggressive growth goals. She is a fantastic addition to our team and will give our  customers a local presence and increased customer support,' said John Lee, senior VP of sales at Fibercore.

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