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Introducing ICCBBA's Newest Addition: Robbie Eich, Creative Services Coordinator



Introducing Robbie Eich, our new Creative Services Coordinator at ICCBBA!

 

We are very excited to welcome Robbie Eich to our ICCBBA family. With an impressive 13 years of experience in Graphics and Marketing design, Robbie brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. His expertise spans both digital web design and traditional print marketing, making him a valuable asset in navigating the ever-evolving digital landscape.

 

Robbie's dual focus background is poised to play a pivotal role in ICCBBA's growth journey. He is eager to contribute to our proud tradition of excellence by enhancing ICCBBA's website, social media presence, and spearheading innovative global development initiatives. In addition, Robbie will be an integral part of the Global Development Team at ICCBBA, where his contributions will shape our international outreach efforts and strategic initiatives. As we strive towards global adoption of ISBT 128, Robbie's enthusiasm and expertise will undoubtedly propel us forward.

 

We also bid a fond farewell to our previous Creative Services Coordinator, Andrew Price, who is embarking on a new chapter of his life. Andrew is relocating to northern California and preparing for his wedding this spring. We extend our heartfelt wishes for happiness and success in all his future endeavors.

 

Join us in extending a warm welcome to Robbie as he embarks on this exciting new chapter with ICCBBA!


 

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About ICCBBA:  

ICCBBA is the international standards organization responsible for the management and development of the ISBT 128 Standard.

 

The acronym ISBT was originally derived from the important role played by the International Society of Blood Transfusion in the development of the standard. Today it expands as Information Standard for Blood and Transplant. The number 128 reflects the 128 characters of the ISO/IEC 646 7-bit character set.


The acronym ICCBBA is derived from the International Council for Commonality in Blood Banking Automation.

 

 

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