PLx Pharma Appoints Michael J. Dillon as Vice President, Sales and Marketing
This strategic hire supports the forthcoming launch of Aspertec, an aspirin product with antiplatelet efficacy clinically demonstrated to provide improved reliability and predictability.
“Mike is an extremely talented and innovative sales and marketing leader whose expertise in successfully launching products and consistent track record of building high-performing Cardiovascular and Central Nervous System sales forces are relevant as we prepare for the commercial launch of Aspertec, our differentiated, next-generation aspirin product, and transition to a commercial-stage company,” stated Natasha Giordano, President and Chief Executive Officer of PLx.
“Mike’s diverse cross-functional experience in marketing, operations and sales and management training will help drive PLx’s commercial success. I am delighted to welcome him to the PLx management team and look forward to his contributions,” added
An accomplished business leader, Mr. Dillon brings over 20 years of experience in driving performance and developing colleagues to achieve their goals. His proven track record includes success in building high-performing, cross-functional specialty sales teams to compete and win in diverse markets.
Mr. Dillon joins PLx from
Prior to Publicis, Mr. Dillon spent 17 years at Pfizer in increasingly senior sales and marketing positions across the organization, including
While at Pfizer, Mr. Dillon launched key, best in class brands such as Lipitor & Lyrica; designed and implemented successful national marketing campaigns; and led top-performing teams to exceed company sales forecast and goals.
Mr. Dillon earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from the
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