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Alexandru Popescu, the new general manager for Philips Healthcare for the South-East Europe

Alexandru Popescu is the new general manager for Philips Healthcare, being responsible for the South-East Europe business, starting June 16.

2014-06-17 14:43:16

His main objectives as the new general manager of Philips Healthcare are to develop the business, both operationally and strategically, and to strengthen company leadership position in the healthcare industry. Alexandru Popescu will develop and implement the strategy of Philips Healthcare in Romania and in the South-Eastern European countries where the company operates.

Alexandru Popescu has over 15 years experience in both health industries and commerce, being specialized in mergers and acquisition, branding and identity, product and business development. He was formerly the Executive Director for Amethyst Radiotherapy, overseeing the operations for Romania, Bulgaria and Republic of Moldova. Previously, he held senior management positions in medical companies, such as ISIDA, Regina Maria, Euromedic and Medicover, having both operationally and strategically responsibilities.

"Our vision in relation to healthcare is that we view it as a complete cycle, from diagnosis to treatment to aftercare, wherein the patient is our top priority. We focus on innovations that will facilitate quicker, more accurate diagnoses and less invasive treatments. Based on his extensive experience in the health industry, I am confident that Alexandru Popescu will play an important role in fulfilling our company's vision and will contribute to the company's development in South-East Europe.", says Robin van Rozen, general manager Philips South-East Europe.

Alexandru Popescu graduated the Law Faculty, part of University of Bucharest, and has a MBA at University of Ottawa. On a personal note, Alexandru Popescu is passionate about sport and marketing, being associated speaker at Marketing Course Bucharest Business School.

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