dynamicBIOSENSORS appoints Chief Sales and Marketing Officer

24-Apr-2018

dynamicBIOSENSORS

Dr. Martin Greber

dynamicBIOSENSORS announces that Dr. Martin Greber has been appointed the company´s new Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. Effective immediately, Martin will join dynamicBIOSENSORS´ management team and serve as executive officer of the company.

In his role of Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Martin will align the sales and marketing organizations around the company´s go-to-market strategy and growth opportunity. He will also oversee dynamicBIOSENSORS´ brand reputation in the market.

Commenting on the new appointment, Ulrich Rant, co-founder and CEO of Dynamic Biosensors GmbH, says: “Martin brings an experienced style of entrepreneurial leadership to our management team that will ensure the company´s continued success in the market. His track record in business development and generating growth, both at national and international levels, speaks for itself and I´m delighted to announce this valuable addition to our team.”

Martin Greber joins dynamicBIOSENSORS with broad experience in sales and marketing gained from various senior leadership roles lastly with PerkinElmer.

“I am excited about dynamicBIOSENSORS´ highly innovative technology and the opportunity to take the responsibility for this new role. I am looking forward to work very closely with the sales and marketing team to accelerate dynamicBIOSENSORS‘ journey”, commented Greber.

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