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Before 3D printing realistic organs for medical students, we got a full training to understand and properly define our target. Project funded by the Horizon2020 program in collaboration with Inova DE GmbH, the Heidelberg University and the HautKlinik Tübingen.

The Create it REAL team wishes you a happy new year! 2017 has been crazy busy with many new R&D projects and the launch of our 3D printing secured platform you will discover in detail in 2018!
Stay tuned for even more exciting news very soon ;-)

Aalborg/Copenhagen – December 13 , 2017 – Create it REAL CEO, Jeremie Pierre GAY, announce today the first secured 3D print pilot project with Green Ship of the Future consortium in Denmark. The project is part of the Green Ship of the future project portfolio: The maritime opportunity space of 3D print, and specifically explores on board printing and related challenges in the current supply chain, as well as existing technology. Accordingly, the partners represent the majority of the supply chain around spare parts and include J. Lauritzen, Maersk Line, Maersk Tankers, Maersk Drilling, MAN Diesel & Turbo, DNV GL, Copenhagen Business School and Create it real. The project is financed by the Danish Maritime Fund.

 

Founded in 2009, Create it REAL developed the worldwide first real-time processor dedicated to 3D printing and sell its high speed and secured platform to 3D printing manufacturers and leading brands. In order to accelerate our growth, we are looking for a high-energy and impact-oriented Chief Commercial Officer to join our expanding organization. 

Responsibilities

  • manage the entire sales process from the contact point to the signature of the contract and aid with technical, legal and financial aspects.
  • implementing & managing a metrics driven sales methodology
  • developing the client portfolio processes and strategy
  • working cross-functionally with Engineers and Marketing teams
  • setup and develop the channel partners network

 The ideal candidate will:

  • have 8-10 years’ experience in sales operations in the IT industry, experience in the 3D printing industry is a plus but not mandatory
  • have the ability to communicate, present and influence all levels of the organization, including executive and C-level
  • be used to accelerating project sales cycles
  • have demonstrated successful history of negotiating complex deals
  • have strong understanding of business practices and industry trends
  • be self-driven, self-sufficient, proactive and highly organized
  • have a Master's degree in Business, Marketing or Finance
  • be fluent in English

Ideally based in Aalborg (Denmark), remote location could be discussed depending on profile and experience. Frequent travels to be expected.

If you are interested in this position contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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With the objective of improving the methods of learning and training
for students and medical professionals, Inova DE, Create it Real, University of Heidelberg and
The University of Tübingen have started a project to produce realistic and accurate 3D models of a
particular patient funded within the framework of the Eurostars Programme.
When medical students learn anatomy, they first learn that the anatomy atlas does not correspond
to reality. Each patient differs considerably from what is shown in books and plastic models. The only
reliable study material is actual human bodies donated for medical studies. These bodies are
insufficient and access is restricted and in some countries not even available.
To address this problem, the consortium proposes itself to produce the next level of 3D printing
services for medical training and education: 3D printed organ models that are realistic, affordable,
conform to the actual patient images and at the hands of every medical student. These anatomically
correct models will have the same haptic characteristics as real organs, enabling a better learning
experience.
Real organs have gradual hardness and texture gradients which are not reproducible at an affordable
price. With such models, it would be possible to replace animal models that are used today. To make
realistic models from patient images the consortium will improve existing hardware and software
models available for 3D printing.

The project will run until the end of March 2020.

 

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