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Pierre Boulud

Nov 07, 2016

BioMérieux has appointed Pierre Boulud to the position of Corporate VP for the Asia Pacific region. He joins the company's executive committee and will report directly to CEO Alexandre Mérieux. Boulud will also be in charge of BioMérieux's portfolio and strategic planning starting on January 1, 2017. Before joining BioMérieux, Boulud worked for 14 years at Ipsen, where he held various positions including head of the strategy and business development and executive vice president, specialty care commercial operations. Before he joined Ipsen, he worked at the Boston Consulting Group where he was in charge of strategic consulting assignments.

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