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Adam Zaeske appointed as new MD of Takeda UK

Promoted after 11 years with the company

Adam TakedaTakeda UK has appointed Adam Zaeske as its new managing director of Takeda UK and Ireland. 

Zaeske has been with Takeda for 11 years and has held a number of positions, most recently as vice president of managed markets and trade for Takeda Pharmaceuticals USA (TPUSA). 

Prior to this, Zaeske also led teams in marketing and sales and has launched primary care and specialty products in gastroenterology, cardiovascular, metabolic, urology, and central nervous system therapeutic areas.  

Before Takeda, Zaeske was a strategy consultant at Bain & Co and a finance manager at General Electric and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School. 

He said: “I am delighted to be joining the UK and Ireland team. The business is strong and is poised for several years of growth as we bring important new medicines forward to help patients that suffer from serious diseases.

Article by
Ben Adams

3rd July 2015

From: Sales

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