Ken Barham Joins Nufarm۪s North American Leadership Team

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Ken Barham has been named vice president of customer and brand marketing at Nufarm Americas.

Barham joins Nufarm from Syngenta, most recently as the product marketing lead. Previously, Barham led the development and implementation of product strategies, brand launches, pricing strategies and communication campaigns. Prior to Syngenta, Ken also spent time at Alligare, Makhteshim, and Quali-Pro.

This organizational unit is the liaison between sales and marketing and has responsibility for bringing ideas, needs and thoughts of sales and customers to the brand team.

In his new role, Barham will report to Brendan Deck and join the North American leadership team.


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