InnoFaith’s core business is the development of aesthetic and cosmetic skin diagnostic devices.
Active in the field for more than 20 years, the company says it boasts a “profound knowledge” of human skin and hair biology that has led to the realization of many successful partnerships with aesthetic and cosmetic multinationals, pharmaceutical and skin research centres.
The company says that Hukshorn brings an extensive background in international business in both industrial environments as well as high-tech industries and has solid experience in elevating companies to the next level.
Hukshorn will head up daily operational, financial and commercial matters for InnoFaith, while Walter Arkesteijn remains the company’s owner.
The appointment aims to free Arkesteijn up to devote his focus to research and innovation, according to the company.
“The appointment of Hukshorn as new Managing Director reopens the pathway for Arkesteijn to pursue his passion for innovation and technology, giving him the opportunity to be more present in the industry again,” it confirms.
Arkesteijn suggests that it is due to Innofaith’s success that he is keen to appoint the managing director role, which will allow the momentum to continue into a new phase.
“With over 20 years in the industry, many successfully run projects and innovative devices developed, InnoFaith has come a long way and with this success I feel we have reached a momentum and now is the time for change,” he explains.
“With the appointment of Robert, my dream for this company is becoming a reality. I am happy to move away from operational management and refocus on project initiation and development with the aim of strengthening our position in the industry as innovative specialist in developing skin and hair analysing devices.
“I have full trust in leaving the daily business in Robert’s capable hands.”