John Lindsay, Derek Potter, Alistair Sterling, Christian Ingrell, Sue Cresswell | GenomeWeb
Proxeon this week announced several additions to the company. John Lindsay was appointed vice president of sales and marketing, bringing to the firm more than 25 years in management experience in introducing instrumentation and consumables to life sciences.
 
Derek Potter became director of European sales and marketing. He had been European sales manager for the company, and prior to that, was part of the founding team at Applied Biosystems.
 

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