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Alan Schechter

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Alan Schechter Services(Healthcare), Data Management, Biotechnology, Technology, Industrial, Healthcare, Financial, Services, Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices, Life Sciences, Education, e-Commerce, Beauty & Wellness, Consumer Products

Services Handled

About

Alan Schechter is currently a Vice President of Sales and Marketing for an industrial Mfg. Co. in Southern CA. Prior to this, he was Chairman and CEO of a biotechnology company developing a new class of antibiotics. As a successful entrepreneur with a strong track record in medical devices and biotechnology, he has raised over $60 million, performed over $250 million in mergers and acquisitions and successfully completed joint venture relationships with large, publicly traded medical device and biotechnology companies. Alan has been a CEO of six previous companies, (five start-ups and two turnarounds). He holds twenty-five U.S. patents in the area of automated, minimally invasive tissue morcellation technology, drug targets, volumetric controls, healthcare algorithms, and brushes. He has an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry (SUNY@ Stony Brook) and several advanced degrees in Biochemistry (New York University, University of California, Berkeley) and an MBA in Marketing and Finance (Golden Gate University). He has been on the board of several private companies and community related entrepreneurial organizations including Chairman of the California Venture Forum, Chairman of the Orange County Biotechnology Alliance, and Chairman of the Ecumenical Council.

Titles Held

  • Chairman of the Board
  • C.E.O
  • V.P. Sales & Marketing

Industries

  • Biotechnology
  • Consumer Products
  • Data Management
  • Durable Medica
  • Equipment
  • eCommerce
  • Education
  • Health, Beauty and Wellness
  • Services (Industrial)
  • Life Sciences
  • Nutritional Supplements
  • Managed Care/Healthcare Services
  • Manufacturing (Industrial)
  • Medical Devices
  • Pharmaceuticals

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