WBBA Hires Two Executives To Nurture Biotech Startups

Xconomy Seattle — 

The Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association, the state’s biotech industry trade group, has hired Joe Sasenick and Dick Haiduck as part-time life sciences commercialization consultants to help nurture more startups in the state. Sasenick is a consultant that helps companies identify corporate board members, and Haiduck is currently “Partner to the CEO” of Cytopia and Implicit Bioscience, two Australian life sciences companies, according to an announcement from WBBA. The two will offer advice and referrals to entrepreneurs, and create networking events to foster more commercialization.