CooperSurgical companies, ORIGIO, RI, Wallace, K-systems, TPC, and CooperGenomics™, attended the Fertility 2017 conference in Edinburgh, January 5th to 7th, with a large combined stand demonstrating a united team to the UK fertility industry.
The new combined sales team were introduced to UK customers covering all RI, ORIGIO, TPC, K-Systems and Wallace products as well as our newest team member, Kenith Muckle, UK and Ireland Equipment Sales Manager.
Equipment on display included a K-systems workstation with an integrated RI Witness™ system, an RI Integra 3™ micromanipulator, Saturn 5™ laser and a K-systems G210 Incubator, as well as a range of culture media, micropipettes, needles, and catheters.
All of which attracted a crowd of attending delegates many of whom could see the benefits of purchasing from one supplier.
Sarah Fry, who is managing the ORIGIO Wallace needles and catheters range, and Helen Cooper, UK Wallace Sales Manager – both well known in the UK, reassured customers they will receive the same high level of service they are used to, following the Wallace acquisition.
“Fertility 2017 was a great opportunity for UK customers to raise any questions or concerns around the recent CooperSurgical acquisition of Wallace,” said Helen. “I’m still the point of contact for all Wallace products.”
Tony Gordon of CooperGenomics gave a talk on PGS using next-generation methodologies: A review of the clinical evidence, which was very well received.
It generated a great deal of interest in PGD/PGS, not only from the UK but also from overseas attendees, which indicated these procedures are becoming more widely considered for clinical use.
Before the start of the show, the traditional company-sponsored ten pin bowling event, held at Fountain Park, was won by one of our CooperGenomics teams.
Well done guys!
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