AMRI promotes Daniel Conlon to senior director of business development

Friday, September 14, 2012 12:51 PM

AMRI, a global contract research and manufacturing organization, has promoted Daniel Conlon to senior director of business development.

In this newly created role, Conlon will lead AMRI's development and manufacturing services sales team for North America. His responsibilities will include assisting with the strategic direction for generating sales in the North American territory and with the execution of revenue goals for his team.

Conlon's demonstrated knowledge and ability to sell AMRI's development and manufacturing services earned him the top sales position in 2012. Before joining AMRI in 2010, Conlon held a sales and management position with Merck, formally Organon BioSciences. He worked for Merck/Organon for eight years starting as a sales representative/district trainer. Following this role, he was promoted to district sales manager, overseeing a team across multistate districts.

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