Business Woman Invited – Corinne Koenig & Sarah Müller

For our next BWI we will be welcoming two guests. Corinne Koenig and Sarah Müller both work for DePuy Synthes. After Johnson & Johnson acquired Synthes they became DePuy Synthes and the worlds largest medtech group. Johnson & Johnson employs more than 130’000 people worldwide in pharmaceuticals, medical technology and

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19. March 2019 - 18:00

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19. March 2019 - 21:00

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Tibits, Bahnhofsplatz 1A, 9000 St.Gallen   View map

For our next BWI we will be welcoming two guests. Corinne Koenig and Sarah Müller both work for DePuy Synthes. After Johnson & Johnson acquired Synthes they became DePuy Synthes and the worlds largest medtech group. Johnson & Johnson employs more than 130’000 people worldwide in pharmaceuticals, medical technology and consumer goods.

Since November 2018 Corinne Koenig is the “Head of Marketing Orthopedics Switzerland” at DePuy Synthes. In 2006 Corinne started working at Synthes and was, among other things, Product Manager and responsible for the launch of 10 new products in the global market.

Corinne holds a Master of Science degree in Corporate Communications and Economics. Privately Corinne enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and meeting up with friends.

Sarah Müller has been with Synthes since 2008 and worked in the US as “Business Unit Manager Spine Latin America”. One of her main tasks during this time was to lead the development of direct sales in Chile. Since April 20018 Sarah Müller is the “Director Strategy and Business Development Medical Devices” at DePuy Synthes in Zug. Sarah completed her Master of Arts in Management at the University of Freiburg.

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