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Research Partnership expands across America

Firm opens new offices in San Francisco and New York

Research PartnershipHealthcare market research and consulting agency Research Partnership has expanded its US capabilities with new offices opening in San Francisco and New York.

Director Tom Winter has relocated from London to San Francisco to better service West Coast clients while director Rachel Howard focuses on the New York office to continue to build emerging market business and to provide a US hub for syndicated business.

Mary Assimakopoulos, founding director of Research Partnership, said: “Research Partnership is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

“We have become one of the targets independent global healthcare market research agencies and our further expansion in the US is in line with our key objective for achieving continued growth in this key market.”

Both directors will manage a team of researchers and the new offices will support the regional office in Boston and the company’s US headquarters in Philadelphia.

Article by
Gemma Jones

22nd May 2017

From: Marketing

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