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SoluBest Appoints Michael Sheckler, MBA, as CEO
Date:9/10/2008

TEL AVIV, Israel, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- SoluBest Ltd., a privately held, clinical stage developer of a novel solubilizing technology, has appointed Michael Sheckler, MBA, as CEO. Mr. Sheckler brings over 25 years of pharmaceutical experience to SoluBest.

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Mr. Sheckler began his career with the Ross Division of Abbott Laboratories, selling nutritional and pharmaceutical products. During his time there, he served in a variety of sales roles, winning numerous awards. As a market research analyst, Mr. Sheckler was responsible for the market assessment and product launch plans for several line extensions.

Mr. Sheckler left Ross in 1999 to join Bespak, Inc., a drug delivery technology company, where he held several roles of increasing responsibility. As Head of Marketing for the newly created Nasal Drug Delivery business, he was instrumental in launching the business stream, assessing and growing new business opportunities in the U.S., and developing and implementing the launch and marketing plans for new products.

Upon leaving Bespak, Mr. Sheckler joined Intranasal Technology, Inc, a Kentucky-based nasal drug delivery company as Director of Business Development where he successfully created and implemented a business development and marketing communications strategy positioning the company for its entry into the nasal analgesia market.

Prior to joining SoluBest, Mr. Sheckler served as Vice President of Business Development at Javelin Pharmaceuticals. During his tenure, he realized annual savings of $350M through recognizing and negotiating a new contract manufacturing agreement and strengthened a successful $32M fundraiser through serving an integral role in investor conferences and road shows.

Mr. Sheckler graduated from Indiana University and obtained his MBA from The Fuqu
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