Systagenix Wound Management announces head of EMEA to boost international market
This article was originally published in Clinica
Systagenix Wound Management (London, UK), formerly Ethicon's wound care division, has appointed Frank DiLazzaro as president of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). His remit is to strengthen the current regional management teams and significantly boost the uptake of Systagenix's products in these markets. Mr DiLazzaro has a strong background in wound care products. He is credited with playing a key role in the transformation of the negative pressure wound therapy business at Kinetic Concepts. His experience in both public and private equity settings and his academic background in economics are expected to be valuable skills in helping Systagenix build its international market.
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