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Aqua-Hot expands is marketing department

Aqua-Hot expands is marketing department

FREDERICK, Colo. — Aqua-Hot Heating Systems announced today it has expanded its marketing department, recently adding Jerri Hu as business and marketing analyst. Hu is responsible for market research as well as business and financial modeling.

Jerri Hu“It is unusual for a company of our size to have this capability,” said Paul Harter, president and CEO of Aqua-Hot. “However, with as fast as we are growing and the many opportunities in front of us, having someone of Jerri’s background and capability will help us make better decisions more quickly, with even better accuracy.”

Hu earned her undergraduate degree at Jianghan Petroleum College in China graduating in 2004, and her MBA in global social & sustainable enterprise at Colorado State University in 2013. As part of her MBA program, Hu worked as a business development consultant at E-Flux Services Company where she developed the business plan and financial valuations for scale-up capital investment requirements. Prior to her MBA program, she worked for Shell China Exploration and Production Company in Beijing as an executive assistant.

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SOURCE: Aqua-Hot press release

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