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By Melissa Fassbender
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The CDMO and pharmaceutical supply service company announced a new vice president of business development, Denise Sabaday.
Sabaday told us she joined Experic to manage the business development strategies and initiatives “that were designed to address the unmet needs impacting pharma and biotech companies facing challenges within the overcrowded clinical supplies vendor space.”
“This negative impact is directly affecting the amount of time it takes for a drug to get to market and become accessible to patients who need it,” she said. “With the increased effort in business development activities and exposure of Experic’s breadth of depth of expertise and capabilities, the market will be able to enjoy the high-quality service we provide and our innovative equipment solutions in our state-of-the-art facility.”
During her first 90 days with the company, Sabaday said her focus will be do enhance the company’s current branding and communication through strategic client outreach activities.
“I will also develop a targeted business development strategy, with a heavy emphasis on leveraging the expertise and collaboration of our partner, Harro Hofliger,” Sabaday added.