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New president for inVentiv India

Anita Tripathy will oversee the company’s expansion in India

Consultancy firm inVentiv Health has named Anita Tripathy as president of its operations in India.

Based in Mumbai, Tripathy will report to inVentiv Health executive vice president Ray Hill.

Tripathy will be responsible for the management, development and growth of all business units in India across inVentiv's clinical and commercial segments.

India is a key market for inVentiv's growth plans in Asia, and the company has significant Indian operations already in place.

"India remains a top choice among global pharmaceutical and biotech companies on the skills-to-cost scale, and Anita's deep understanding of India, IT and the life sciences sector will support our growth,” said CEO Paul Meister.

Tripathy joins inVentiv Health from Capgemini India, where she was a member of the leadership team, leading a strategic cluster of IT products for the European market. Earlier in her career, she led Cognizant's strategic business unit for life sciences in India.

Before moving into life sciences, Tripathy worked as a systems engineer. She holds degrees in chemistry and computer applications.

3rd December 2013

From: Marketing

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