Embion has strengthened its commercial division with the appointment of Dr. Frederic Narbel as Vice President -Commercial

The role will see Fred drive and together with the team, execute the commercial strategy in line with the established long-term goals of the business.

The appointment comes as Embion has embarked on the roll-out of its catalytic platform technology and feed material Prembion™, which support the company’s transition from an R&D to a commercial organization.

With his global expertise in commercializing functional ingredients, Fred has ambitious plans to continue to accelerate the commercial growth and adoption of Embion’s catalytic platform technology to deliver high-value adding ingredients for use in animal and human health applications.

George Savoglidis, Embion CEO and co-founder commented on the appointment: “Embion keeps investing into our most valuable asset: our people. Expanding our team and gearing up to deliver on a global scale positive impact for humankind and the planet. We are delighted to welcome Fred to our team. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge along with a stellar record in growing sales in the highly dynamic and innovative field of functional ingredients.

Coupled to his experience in the food, medical and nutraceutical sectors, Frederic also holds a Doctorate Degree in Business Administration, and has held senior leadership positions at global dairy cooperative Agropur, OptiBiotix Health Plc, and most recently Clasado.


Fred commented: “The world is experiencing a global food security crisis and I am confident that by contributing to the upcycling of industrial byproducts into functional and high value adding technical solutions, we will contribute to creating long-lasting solutions to address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. In my capacity as VP – Commercial, I look forward to building on the successes of the business thus far and strengthen our global reach by working with the dynamic and future oriented Embion team!

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