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BioAxial appoints president and chief executive officer

Georges Tabary takes up the lead role

BioAxial Georges TabaryParis-based BioAxial has appointed Georges Tabary as its president and chief executive officer.

Tabary brings over 40 years of sales and leadership experience to the medical technology firm, having held senior roles at a several life science companies including Intuitive Surgical, Medevex and Theranol Laboratories.

He has served as director of sales, Europe at Leica Microsystems, an operating microscopy and histopathology business, and most recently worked at Mauna Kea Technologies as vice president, strategic accounts.

Gabriel Sirat and Louis-Phillipe Braitbart, co-founders of BioAxial, said: “We are enthusiastic about Georges joining; with his outstanding experience he will bring strategic leadership and market knowledge.

“His deep understanding of business needs will be instrumental in taking out company to the next level and we are determined to give our full support and commitment to succeed as a team.”

21st April 2016

From: Sales

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