Torjusen Appointed to TDW Offshore

Monday, September 21, 2009
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TDW Offshore Services AS announced the appointment of Helene Torjusen to the position of Marketing Manager. In her new role, Torjusen contributes to the TDW Offshore Services web site, and supports all marketing communications activities, including advertising, events, media relations, and production of sales literature.

Torjusen’s primary aim is to heighten global awareness of the company’s capabilities and experience in the pipeline services sector. “Our global media outreach program, customer events, and participation at major trade exhibitions such as the recent Offshore Europe 2009 in Aberdeen will go a long way toward achieving this objective,” said Torjusen. She will also be focusing on ways to target prospective clients and strengthen long-term client relationships through more effective communications. 

With six years experience in marketing communications, Torjusen joins TDW from Microsoft in Oslo. Most recently, she worked as Marketing Manager-Small and Medium Business for nearly three years, and previously as CRM Systems and Tools Lead and Online Manager. Torjusen holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Science from the University of Bergen in Norway. Originally from Stavanger, she is based at the company’s headquarters in Stavanger and reports to Mark Sim, Commercial Manager of TDW. 
 

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