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Zealand Pharma President of US Operations on first launch: Timing was our most important goal

Zealand Pharma has started to launch its hypoglycemia treatment Zegalogue in the US. According to the president of the firm's US operations, this is a crucial time as Americans start returning to schools and the covid-19 pandemic has led the company to invest significantly in digital sales and promotion opportunites.

Zealand Pharma President of US Operations Frank Sanders | Photo: Zealand Pharma / PR

By launching low blood sugar treatment Zegalogue on the US market, Zealand Pharma is marking its transition from development company to commercial biotech company. Although it was established in 1998, the firm had never sent its own drug to market until last week.

This fact means a lot of responsibility is resting on the shoulders of the Zealand Pharma President of US Operations Frank Sanders. He manages around 150 people at the US organization, and as a member of the global company management, one of his tasks is ensuring that products are launched successfully in the US.

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