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WG Consulting appoints Charlotta Norgaard to lead new US office

She takes up the role of head of practice for WG in New York

UK-based market access company WG consulting has appointed Charlotta Norgaard to head its first US office based in New York. 

Norgaard previously ran her own consulting business focused on access and reimbursement business strategy, process improvement and project management before working with QD healthcare in Stamford where she created and led a market access division. 

Norgaard commented that she was “thrilled to be part of the WG team as it expands its presence in the US”; bringing with her extensive experience in healthcare consulting.

The office will act to provide on-the-ground strategic support to US based pharmaceutical companies across all stages of drug commercialisation. 

Clair Gillis, CEO of WG, said “Charlotte Norgaard is the ideal partner for our American clients”, and is “committed to ensuring her clients achieve their goals”.

9th August 2012

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