Daniel Ebner

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LogoTitle: 1) Chief Executive Officer 2) Consultant

Company: 1) GE Institut 2) Valcoba

Location: Switzerland

Daniel Ebner is the chief executive officer of the GE Institut, an agrophysical technology company that provides biophysical solutions for the optimization of food production, and a consultant for Valcoba, a consultancy that provides quality management consulting services. Mr. Ebner started the GE Institut in 1999 and continues to run the company and develop the staff while working for Valcoba.

Prior to assuming his current roles, Mr. Ebner worked in a variety of positions in pathology and drug development. He started his career as a lab specialist at Ciba-Geigy AG and served in that position for nine years before being promoted to lab leader and drug utilization service leader. Mr. Ebner then worked for Novartis Pharma AG as the global system operations team leader, CEO for ASP Pharma AG, and head PBC and head of computer system validation for Arcondis AG.

Mr. Ebner has become a well-respected leader in the industry whose varied background exposed him to all facets of the industry. He is recognized for being a drug safety operations expert, as well as an inspection and audit expert. Mr. Ebner attributes his success to having confidence in his work, as well as the people around him. Looking toward the future, Mr. Ebner intends to increase the size of the staff from seven to 25, as well as develop more affiliations with the Western world.

He earned a bachelor’s degree at McGill University and is affiliated with GAMP and CAPA.

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