Swiss Bioinformatics Firm Launches Plans To Expand its Business in Japan, America | GenomeWeb

GeneData, a Basel, Switzerland-based developer of bioinformatics tools that analyze various types of genomics data, is currently planning to step up its marketing efforts to expand its customer base in the United States and Japan.

“At the moment the majority of our customers are in Europe,” said Andreas Hohn, GeneData’s director of business development and marketing. “One of our biggest goals is to become just as strong in the US and Japan.”

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