ExecuPharm expands to U.K. and Argentina

Thursday, June 21, 2012 02:49 PM

ExecuPharm, a staffing and functional service providers (FSP) specializing solely in the clinical research industry, recently expanded its locations to include Europe and Latin America.

ExecuPharm’s new locations in Chichester, U.K., and Buenos Aries, Argentina, will allow the company to meet increasing client demand on a global scale. The two new locations will serve as regional headquarters to manage a network of localized professionals.

“The biggest driver for growing globally was client demand,” said Maria Larson , CEO of ExecuPharm. “ExecuPharm has a tried and tested model within the U.S. that is very robust and very effective. Because of our experience and success in the U.S., there was a desire to expand our tried and tested model into these markets.”

To manage the company’s global locations, ExecuPharm appointed Anthony Southers as general manager of global operations. Southers has 27 years of global clinical research experience, including pivotal roles in the creation of Innovex (currently known as Quintiles Innovex) and DOCS (an ICON staffing company.)

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