Who we are
We are an award-winning HealthScience consultancy, with more than 20 years of experience since our founding in 1998. We are also independently owned, which means we are fast and agile in responding to the needs of our clients. We have more than 400 staff, 90% of them hold PhDs or other higher degrees, and have offices in Oxford, London, Cardiff, Philadelphia, Melbourne and Cambridge.
Why we do what we do
We are a team of passionate and experienced individuals wholly committed to helping our clients to bring new treatments to the world in areas of unmet medical need.
Who we work with
Our clients are diverse, spanning multiple therapy areas, functions and geographies. We work with more than 50 healthcare organizations, including specialist devices, diagnostics and nutraceuticals companies, and professional societies, patient groups and academic institutions. We are a preferred supplier to 9 of the top 10 global pharmaceutical companies, and have worked with 8 of our top 10 client companies for more than 5 years.
How we work
Our unique philosophy guides our decision making and behaviour. To do consistently great work, we look after our people, our teams and our clients. This has enabled us to build a company to be proud of.
Why we're different
We could talk, as many other agencies do, about excellence in what we do. About commitment, dedication and professionalism. About treating our clients well, listening to them, advising them and helping them to be successful. About helping our clients 'stand out from the crowd' or 'bring evidence to life'. Those things should be a given for any agency who have been in business for more than 20 years though. What really makes us different is our people – their skills, their experience, their personalities, the culture they create and the heritage they foster. They're what makes our clients trust us, and want to stay with us over the longer-term. Their diverse experience is also what's behind our approach – 'HealthScience', because without their insights, we wouldn't be able to take such a holistic view of healthcare.
2020 has been a challenging year for so many.
As a company, we have responded in several ways. We raised money in January with a global cake sale across all offices for the Australian bushfires. February saw our Rare Disease Day photo and art competition with external guest speakers. In April, we donated to help establish the COOK-19 initiative, providing meals to NHS workers. We limbered up in May for our Steps for Sunshine, where our global colleagues were sponsored to walk more than 5 million steps (adhering to government guidelines) for Action Aid. We have also been supporting the Evidence Aid COVID-19 evidence collection since March, with colleagues volunteering their time.
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We are also proud to support
Supporting the Australian bush fires
Supporting rare disease charities
Supporting Action Aid