Asta Juodeškaitė is appointed as CEO of Euroapotheca

On 25 May, Asta Juodeškaitė has been appointed the CEO of Euroapotheca. She is replacing Justinas Miškinis. Paulius Mencas, the head of Vilniaus prekyba, will serve as the Chairman of the Board of Euroapotheca. Laimonas Devyžis, who has been leading the Board of Euroapotheca until now, will continue to serve as the member of the Board of Euroapotheca and the Chairman of the Board of Eurovaistine in Lithuania. The new head of Euroapotheca A. Juodeškaitė also joins the Board of the company.

“Euroapotheca is an important part of the Vilniaus Prekyba Group. I believe that Euroapotheca, led by Asta Juodeškaitė, will consistently follow the cultural path of openness and simplicity, which is characteristic to the entire Vilniaus Prekyba Group. I am convinced that it is one of the essential elements of a successful business organization. We thank Justinas for the work in Euroapotheca group and wish him success in his further work”, – P. Mencas commented on the changes.

“The experience is invaluable. I am grateful to the team for the way we have come together and achieved excellent results last year and this year as well. I believe that Euroapotheca Group will continue to show leadership in a dynamic environment of pharmaceutical business and never stop growing”, – says J. Miškinis.

The new head of Euroapotheca A. Juodeškaitė joined Vilniaus Prekyba Group a year ago, recently she was the Chief of the Staff at Vilniaus Prekyba. 

“Seeing, that people and acting together are the most important part of the business in our Group, I gladly accept the trust given to me”, – says A. Juodeškaitė.

Now enlarged Board of Euroapotheca consists of Paulius Mencas (the Chairman), Laimonas Devyžis, Natalja Zaharova, Dominykas Kryževičius, Tomas Kibildis, Jurgis Rudgalvis, Justė Levčenkaitė and the new head of the Company A. Juodeškaitė.

Euroapotheca is the international group of companies managing pharmacy retail chains and wholesale companies in Lithuania, Sweden, Latvia, Estonia and Poland. Euroapotheca currently owns more than 658 pharmacies, which serve 40 million customers per year and employs more than 3.9 thousand people. Euroapotheca is owned by the international Vilniaus Prekyba Group, which is one of the largest groups of outlets in the Baltic States, Central and Eastern Europe.