New AdvaMed Chair Lobo: Devices Has A Good Story To Tell
Nadim Yared Will Be A Hard Act To Follow For New AdvaMed Chair Kevin Lobo
A whirlwind two-year stint as chair of the US medtech industry association, AdvaMed, came to end this month for CVRx’e energetic CEO Nadim Yared. Incoming chair, Stryker’s Kevin Lobo, comes from an altogether much larger concern, but he will continue Yared’s legacy of supporting SMEs, as well as bringing his own agenda to the role.
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