GSK Gets Digital In Respiratory Under Optimistic Leadership Of Eric Dube
Eric Dube took over GlaxoSmithKline PLC's global respiratory franchise in 2015 after holding several positions across the company in the last 15 years, including an important role in Japan that taught him leadership skills and an all new business way of life. In the latest instalment of our executive profile series, in which Scrip gets behind the C-suite curtain, GSK senior vice president Dube explains his expectations for GSK's future working with technology and digital partners, the most challenging part of running a global franchise and what has inspired him over the years to remain within the pharmaceutical industry.
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