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Chairman appointed to new biotech company


13 August 2004

Chairman appointed to new biotech company

Bio-Strategy Group has appointed Bruce McKinnon as chairman, to access his 25 years’ international and local experience in the biotech and chemicals industries.

Mr McKinnon says he is excited by the potential he has seen in Bio-Strategy, with its unique combination of practical distribution expertise, and biotech and business consultation.

“For a new company, Bio-Strategy has already made waves through its value-added approach to distribution and its science-to-market know how. Being able to help guide a company with such strength and vision is a privilege and I look forward to the challenge of assisting Bio-Strategy establish itself as a market leader.”

Mr McKinnon has 15 years’ experience in the chemicals industry with Rhone Poulenc, working in New Zealand, England, Australia and France. He joined Salmond Smith Biolab in 1994 and subsequently took over as Group CEO for Biolab Scientific Limited. During his 10 years in this role he managed the development of this laboratory products business from being a New Zealand only distributor to the largest laboratory products distributor in Australasia. He managed the sale of this business to Alesco Corporation in 2003.

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