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Accera, Inc. Elects Industry Veteran Holger Kunze as CEO and as a Member of the Company's Board of Directors
Date:1/3/2012

BROOMFIELD, Colo., Jan. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Accera, Inc., a privately-held, commercial-stage, healthcare company focused on the discovery and development of innovative therapeutics to treat central nervous system disorders, announced today that Holger Kunze has been appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer and as a member of the company's Board of Directors (BoD).  Concurrently, Sven Thormahlen, Ph.D., has also been appointed as a member of Accera's BoD.

With more than 30 years managerial experience with multinational pharmaceutical and nutrition companies, Mr. Kunze currently serves as the Regional Business Unit Head for Nestle Health Science's HealthCare Nutrition Business Unit in the Africa, Oceania and Asia (AOA) territories.  While managing more than 600 employees, Mr. Kunze integrated the Novartis Medical Nutrition Business into the Nestle Nutrition Division, leading it to one of the top Medical Nutrition companies in the region with more than $250M in sales for 2011.  Under his leadership, Nestle Health Science consistently delivered annual targeted top and bottom line performance and gained market share in all markets.

Prior to joining Nestle, Mr. Kunze held various managerial positions within Novartis for more than 10 years.  Most recently, Mr. Kunze led and managed the consumer health division of the Asia Regional Novartis Medical Nutrition business unit from 2004 to 2007.  During his tenure, Mr. Kunze established the Asia Regional Medical Nutrition Office in Singapore, supported and coordinated the acquisition of the Mead Johnson Adult Nutrition business and led and managed the Medical Nutrition businesses for Novartis in 17 Asian countries. 

"I am thrilled to have the opportunity to add to Accera's efforts of providing Alzheimer's patients with an alternative for managing their disease," said Mr. Kunze.  "I'm confident that with my experience, we'll be able to further expand
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