Formerly the Marketing Manager at Lubrizol, Darrell Taylor brings a wealth of experience in strategic marketing, product management, and commercial negotiation
Microban, antimicrobial technology specialist, has appointed Darrell Taylor as Key Account Manager for Europe.
Formerly the Marketing Manager at Lubrizol, Taylor brings a wealth of experience in strategic marketing, product management, and commercial negotiation. Darrell will apply his robust skill-set to help strengthen Microban's partner support mechanisms in Europe.
Graham Harvey, International Group Director for the Built-In business unit at Microban, said: "I am thrilled to welcome Darrell to the Microban team. His extensive account management experience within the chemicals industry will prove invaluable to our partner companies. I look forward to introducing Darrell to Microban's expanding customer base across Europe."
Starting out in the motorcycle industry, Taylor has enjoyed a fulfilling and diverse career spanning nearly two decades. In 2007, he joined Yamaha Motorcycles as a Product Development Specialist, later relocating to Italy to work alongside the company's engineering centre.
In 2010, Taylor moved to Triumph, the largest UK-owned motorcycle manufacturer. After a near-fatal accident in 2011 involving a severe neck fracture, he left the motorcycle industry and moved to Lubrizol, initially in a commercial role in the Driveline Department, progressing to a global marketing position.