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Ipsen promotes Alexis Vandier as general manager, France

He will also join the French biopharma group’s global speciality leadership team

Alexis VandierParis-based biopharmaceutical group Ipsen has appointed Alexis Vandier as its new general manager for the France region.

In his new role, Vandier will be responsible for leading Ipsen’s teams in France, driving both the consumer healthcare and speciality care businesses in Ipsen’s home market.

Reporting to Ipsen’s executive vice president, Harout Semerjian, Vandier will also become a member of the company's global speciality care division.

Semerjian said: “I am convinced that Alexis’ strategic thinking, leadership skills, broad experience drive for exceptional results will help the French organisation rise to the next level as we pursue ambitious goals in both speciality care and consumer health care businesses for the patients’ benefit.”

Vandier has served Ipsen for seven years in senior roles including corporate strategic planning and business development, and he has spent the past four years in Ipsen’s consumer healthcare business reorganising its global business unit.

Prior to joining Ipsen, Vandier spent 12 years at Sanofi in a variety of finance, sales, marketing, corporate strategy and business development positions.

21st November 2017

From: Sales

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