Jun 2, 2022
BioWorks adds product managers

BioWorks has named David Spampinato as senior product manager and named Chris Rose as product manager.

In his new position, Spampinato will be managing product life cycles to better serve existing and new core customers in all markets while also improving BioWorks’ growing marketing and communications programs.

David Spampinato
David Spampinato has been named senior product manager at BioWorks.

Spampinato has over 20 years of experience in marketing and product management with strong skills as a strategist in social media, public relations, copyrighting, branding and lead generation. He previously held positions helping large brands such as Xerox and Eastman Kodak execute strategic sales and marketing plans. Spampinato also has experience in consumer product strategy, which many B2B companies are now adopting.

“David is a strong addition to the BioWorks team,” said Joe Lara, director of marketing. “His maturity as a marketing and communications strategist, customer-centric mindset and team-first belief will help BioWorks serve our customers in new and exciting ways.”

Rose will be increasing BioWorks’ ability to launch new products and services to better serve existing and new core customers in all markets.

Chris Rose
Chris Rose

Rose joins the BioWorks marketing department from Research & Development, where he was actively involved in leading a team to perform product testing, development and commercialization. His experience in project management, coaching team members and consistently improving BioWorks’ commercialization process will serve him well in this new role.

“Chris is a great addition to the marketing team.” said Joe Lara, director of marketing. “His R&D experience, leadership qualities and execution mindset will help to expand and drive the BioWorks product portfolio into existing and new markets for the benefit of our customers now, and into the future.”

Spampinato may be reached at (585) 505-3687, or by email at [email protected] Rose may be reached at (585) 857-0074, or by email at [email protected]




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