BASi Expands Business Development Team in US and Canada
News Jul 15, 2009
BASi announces the expansion of their business development team in the United States. Don Hawker will represent BASi in Canada and the Western U.S. covering California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Arizona and Wyoming.
Hawker's sales and marketing background will be an asset to expanding BASi’s contract research services (preclinical, bioanalytical, large molecule bioanalysis, method development, pharmaceutical analysis) and specialized instrumentation and accessories for electrochemistry and in vivo sampling products.
Hawker brings an extensive background in sales and marketing in the life sciences industry, including GLP large and small molecule bioanalysis, proteomics, bioinformatics, GMP bioanalytical and more.
“Don’s unique blend of business development, sales and marketing experiences gives BASi a definite advantage,” stated BASi Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Jon Brewer. “Don maintains excellent relationships with key scientists, technology assessment and outsourcing professionals in large pharma and biotech organizations – that will give him a head start on his work for BASi.”
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