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Andre Vivan da Silva promoted as vice-president and cluster area director for GSK South-Eastern Europe

Andre Vivan da Silva has been promoted as vice-president and cluster area director for GSK South-Eastern Europe starting January 1, one year after his appointment as general manager of GSK Romania.

2018-01-25 16:12:22

He will continue to operate in the company's headquarter in Bucharest, Romania. The new general director will be announced soon.

Vivan da Silva will be responsible for the continuation of the global performance indices supply of the group and for the innovation stimulation in the countries from the region.

Vivan da Silva joined GSK as specialty business unit director in Brazil. Before joining GSK Romania, Vivan da Silva has been vice-president of Primary Care and Commercial Operations in Italy starting 2014.

"Since I joined the Romanian team, I've been attracted by the gratitude and the kindness of people. As general manager for Romania, being part of this region's story, I understood the complexity of this area, the opportunities that we have in front of us and the challenges that we have to overcome. I am thrilled to take over this position as it's an important step and a great chance to continue the activity and initiatives developed in South-Eastern Europe," said Vivan da Silva.

The South Eastern Europe region was formed in August 2016 and includes pharma divisions of GSK from Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Cyprus, Malta & Gibraltar, Croatia, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia and Bosnia - Herzegovina.



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