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Biocom California Purchasing Group, the group purchasing organization serving California’s largest life science membership association, today announced the appointment of Greg Giandomenico as vice president and managing director. In this role, Giandomenico will oversee the strategy, contracts, sales and operations of the Biocom California Purchasing Group.

“Greg’s strong track record of delivering results in a very competitive space complements Biocom California’s mission of accelerating life science success,” said Rick Fultz, senior vice president and chief business officer of Biocom California. “Whether it’s identifying and implementing a new business strategy or optimizing the life science supply chain, Greg has the knowledge and experience to innovate, expand and accelerate life science success for our members. I’m eager to see him reimagine several of our key initiatives to help build a world-class group purchasing organization for the California life science industry, and I am excited to partner with him to support that growth.”

Giandomenico brings over 20 years of experience working with group purchasing organizations and advocating for the life science industry across the country. In his previous role at Veolia, a global energy, water and environmental services company, Giandomenico’s focus included optimizing supply chain operations, advancing client corporate sustainability responsibility and environmental social governance programs, as well as identifying and implementing business strategies for growth. Giandomenico is also a certified Sales & Service instructor enabling him to coach business units across the country on consultative methodologies to drive long-term profitable revenue and harmonize company service standards.

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