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Denator Strengthens Commercial Management

Published: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
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Appoints new Vice President for Global Sales and Marketing.

Denator AB has confirmed the expansion of the company's management team through the appointment of Karsten Fjärstedt as Vice President for Global Sales and Marketing.

In his role as vice president, Karsten will provide strategic vision and direction for all sales and marketing activities. Karsten has over 24 years of experience from the biotech and pharmaceutical industry and is joining from GE Healthcare Life Sciences where he has held senior executive management positions over the past 10 years.

I am very excited to join Denator", Karsten comments, "The company has a unique technology which I think has a great potential of expanding into many different market segments. By strengthening our strategic marketing efforts, we expect to increase the pace of introducing the technology to the wider market place.”

Olof Sköld, CEO at Denator, states: "I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Karsten as VP for Global sales and marketing. With his extensive experience and track record he will significantly strengthen our company."

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