Commercial

  • Gavin Boothroyd

    Gavin Boothroyd

    Commercial Manager, North and South America

    Gavin is Arrayjet's Commercial Manager for North and South America.  He has been working in the field of med-tech sales since 2003, including 10 years with Abbott Diagnostics where he was responsible for key account management and new business development.  His role involves managing all commercial activities in North and South America and takes pride in providing exceptional customer service.  

    In his spare time, Gavin enjoys running and hiking.

  • Ranald Pringle

    Ranald Pringle

    Commercial Manager, EMEA

    Ranald has been working in commercial roles since 2008 and has experience across a wide range of industries including food, pharmaceutical, and advanced materials.   Having previously worked with tech start-ups and large international organisations to deliver complex projects, Ranald’s natural curiosity and passion for customer service are integral to helping Arrayjet grow their business in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

    In his spare time, you will normally find Ranald watching sport, playing his guitar or out with his campervan and dog, hiking in the hills. 

  • Sam Hawkings

    Sam Hawkings

    Business Development Executive

    Sam comes from a Biomedical background and joined Arrayjet in 2015 as a member of the Application Science team.  Before she transitioned into a commercial role, Sam was fortunate to manage a variety of high profile projects, overseeing early proof-of-concept studies through to commercialisation. As such, she is well-positioned to handle technical discussions with prospective customers and enjoys using her microarray expertise to develop the Arrayjet customer base.  She joined the team of internal auditors in 2019 and ensures Arrayjet comply with ISO 13485 standard.

    Sam is passionate about live music and is an avid keeper of fancy rats.  She loves the outdoors and spends much of her free time hiking and camping, both in Scotland and abroad – the former typically proving more challenging!