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Symyx expands European operation

Symyx has expanded its European operation with several new appointments, including the promotion of Julie Page to head the European office.

'We are committed to providing our European customers and prospects with the highest level of service and support,' said Dr Trevor Heritage, SYmyx CEO. 'By adding additional staff in services and sales, and having Julie oversee all of our European operations, we position ourselves stronger than ever to tackle the growing R&D needs of the life sciences, chemical and energy, and consumer products industries throughout the region.'

Symyx has offices in Geneva, Switzerland and Basel, Switzerland; in addition to field staff throughout Germany, France, Italy and Scandinavia. Julie Page, now vice president of global customer support and European operations, will oversee sales, facilities, HR, and customer support and services for the entire region. Page has been with Symyx for nearly 20 years in various sales, consulting and marketing roles. She is based in the United Kingdom.

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