Bothell-based BioLife Solutions appoints Jim Mathers as new vice president of sales

Bothell-based BioLife Solutions, Inc. announced on May 18 that Jim Mathers has been appointed to the position of Vice President of Sales, replacing Matt Snyder, who is retiring.

Bothell-based BioLife Solutions, Inc. announced on May 18 that Jim Mathers has been appointed to the position of Vice President of Sales, replacing Matt Snyder, who is retiring.

BioLife is a developer, manufacturer and marketer of proprietary clinical grade cell and tissue hypothermic storage and cryopreservation freeze media and a related cloud hosted biologistics cold chain management app for smart shippers.

Mathers previously excelled in sales, sales management, business development, and operations management positions with companies such as Stryker (Mako Surgical), Brainlab AG, Aramark, Accuray, and Cardiac Science.

“I am thrilled to welcome Jim to BioLife,” said BioLife President and CEO Mike Rice. “He is a consummate sales professional, skilled and adept at coaching and training new sellers and in personally identifying key decision makers and presenting a compelling business case for the adoption of novel and disruptive technologies such as our evo Smart Shipper and biologistex™ cold chain SaaS. I look forward to his contributions and expect he will be a significant contributor in driving adoption of our first in class cold chain solutions for time and temperature sensitive biologic materials.”

“I also want to recognize the many contributions of Matt Snyder over the last several years. Matt was instrumental in leading and managing our sales organization to achieve 25% annual growth over the last several years. The entire BioLife team wishes him well in retirement.”




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