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EDANA appoints new regulatory affairs manager

March 4, 2014

Marianne Rosborg joins the EDANA team.

Marianne Rosborg has joined EDANA as the new regulatory affairs manager. She joins EDANA from Kellen Europe, an association management consultancy, where she worked as regulatory affairs and public relations consultant for the past few years.

Rosborg holds a degree in international business communication and MAs in political science and European political and administrative studies.

“I am delighted to join the dedicated EDANA team and cooperate with our member companies to ensure continuous growth and social, financial and environmental sustainability in the nonwoven industry," says Rosborg, a Danish national. "The nonwovens and related industries have a unique opportunity to touch people’s lives at every stage, and I am ensuring that the constantly evolving regulatory landscape recognises the benefits our products deliver.”

“With her background in not only the regulatory affairs and public relations environment, but also service to association members, Marianne is an outstanding addition to our existing team," says Pierre Wiertz, general manager of EDANA. "Her focus will be to provide support to our member companies, and committees or working groups, specifically the benefits and advantages nonwovens and related materials can offer to support everything from healthy and productive crops, to solid and secure building and constructions, safe and effective personal care products and sustainable products that benefit not only our everyday lives, but our environment too."

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