New communications director appointed at SAS

Karin Nyman comes from health and social care company
Karin Nyman has been appointed the new director of communications at SAS, due to take up her post in March. She replaces Marta Tiberg, who is moving on to new challenges outside SAS.
Nyman is currently marketing and communications director at the health and social care company Ambea. Her new area of responsibility will be for SAS’s general communications, both internal and external.
She has worked as a marketing and communications manager since 1997, for the past eight years at Ambea and its subsidiaries Vardaga and Nytida, as well as at Carema Sjukvård. Before that she was a marketing and communications manager at Citat and Sybase, among others.
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