Company brings in experienced industry professionals to help grow U.S.
BOSTON, MA and LIVINGSTON, Scotland, Feb. 14 /PRNewswire/ - Touch Bionics, developer of the i-LIMB Hand, the world's first commercially available bionic hand, today announced that it has expanded its sales, marketing, production and design teams to bolster growing demand in the United States.
Bill Graham has been named U.S. sales manager for the eastern division of Touch Bionics; Tim Stevens has been named U.S. sales manager for the western division of Touch Bionics; Gaurav Mishra has joined Touch Bionics as director of international business development, and; Fiona Macintyre has been appointed marketing manager and will be responsible for implementing the company's U.S. marketing strategy. In addition, Derek Smith has joined Touch Bionics as senior mechanical engineer, while Fred Tatlow has joined the company as a mechanical engineer. All positions are effective immediately.
Bill Graham brings Touch Bionics over 30 years of successful experience in sales and management in the medical industry. Having most recently worked with Otto Bock, where for seven years his territory covered parts of the Southeast U.S., Graham brings deep knowledge and experience in prosthetics and orthotics sales to this new role. Prior to his work in prosthetics and orthotics, Graham taught high school biology, performed sales for pharmaceutical and medical supply companies, and was a regional sales manager for a worldwide infusion manufacturer. Graham is based out of Palmetto, FL and is responsible for the Eastern U.S. sales territory.
Tim Stevens has almost two decades of experience in sales, 16 of which
have been in the medical field. He has extensive experience in the areas of
orthopedics, orthotics and prosthetics, physical and occupational therapy
and rehabilitation. Having held positions with a range of companies
including General Motors
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