Artimplant strengthens marketing organization in the USA
Jimmy Jones has been employed as President and Head of Marketing at the Artimplant subsidiary in the USA. Jones has more than 18 years' experience of the US orthopedics market and will bring considerable knowledge and expertise to Artimplant.
As part of the investment to reinforce the US organisation, two persons with long experience from the orthopedics market have been employed and at the same time three people have left the organization.
Administration and marketing support have been brought together at Artimplant's newly opened office in Denver Colorado, which will offer significantly better support to the market and result in greater cost efficiency.
Kjell Thörnbring, Artimplant CEO comments:
"With the new team in place we are firmly convinced that we will see positive developments on the US market, which is vitally important for Artimplant."
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Kjell Thörnbring, CEO
Telephone: +46 703 11 90 25
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Artimplant is a biomaterials company focused on solutions to problems in orthopedic and oral surgery. We restore health through the development, production and marketing of degradable implants that regenerate body functions and improve quality of life. Our products, made from Artelon®, meet unmet clinical needs and are marketed in a growing number of therapy areas. Artimplant produces implants for treatment of osteoarthritis in hands and feet, for shoulder and other soft tissue injuries as well as oral applications.
Artimplant is a public company listed on the OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm in the Small Cap segment and in the healthcare sector.
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