WATFORD, England, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Pilatus Clinical Services, one of the leading global biosimilarand comparator sourcing specialists, is delighted to welcome Mr Khaled El-Gendy to its management team. Bringing a wealth of experience to this space, Khaled will serve as our Vice President, Global Head of Business Development.
Khaled has over 20 years of pharmaceutical industry experience. Previously, Khaled was the Associate Director for Comparator Sourcing, Head of Commercial Operations for one of the market leaders for clinical trial supply. His responsibilities, amongst others, included the managing of multiple global commercial teams in the EU, USA and APAC regions for the sourcing of clinical trial products. He also drove market share expansion through the design and implementation of strategic partnerships with various biopharmaceutical companies and CROs. Prior, Khaled spent 14 years at Roche, both in Finland as well as in Roche's HQ in Basel where he led the global sales of clinical trial supplies to third parties.
Khaled is a true believer in the "End2end" business model which describes the thorough completion of work managed within a specified timeframe. This approach utilises tailored strategies that prioritises the needs of customers whilst maintaining and developing excellent relationships with suppliers.
Kevin Wolfe, Company Director, comments, "We are very pleased to announce the addition of Khaled to our team. His experiences as both a supplier of clinical trial comparator products as well as a customer will no doubt give the Pilatus team insight into how we can bring even more value to our clients."
Khaled is a citizen of Finland, with roots back in Egypt. With a well-rounded academic background, Khaled is now currently pursuing his doctorate to complement his post-graduate degree in Global Health from the University of Edinburgh.
Contact: Rotimi Dina, firstname.lastname@example.org , +44-01923-204310
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