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R.Hildebrand

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Location: Guatemala, Guatemala

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Experience

Diector of Operations

Mar 2011 - Mar 2014 (3 years)

Krispy Products

Founder and Director of Operations, tactical and creative management of a two-location fast food restaurant, product manufacturing, packaging and sales. Constantly search for new markets without losing sight of the business direction; reached out to new business partners and customers and held productive informative meetings. Formulated on-going action plans and businesses opportunities, which resulted in higher ROI. Directed market segmentation programs that led to identifying successful revenue produci

Education

Biology

1991-1994

Publications

Muscarinic signaling in submandibular salivary acinar cells of ageing rats

Arch Oral Biol.

Muscarinic cholinergic stimulation of submandibular acinar cells results in the activation of Ca(2+)-dependent ion-transport pathways responsible for the secretion of primary saliva. Decreased saliva production is common among elderly people and may compromise oral health with implications for systemic health, nutrition, and quality of life. The density and affinity of muscarinic receptors in the submandibular gland of rats and the Ca2+ responses to stimulation of these receptors in the acinar cells were ex