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90TEN named Communiqué Consultancy of the Year 2017

90TEN named Communiqué Consultancy of the Year 2017

We loved the simplicity and authenticity of the story of their success and the heart within their company culture. ... This is a company with a life changing ethos and a laser focus on where it wants to stay.

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  • Keeping it in the family pays dividends Keeping it in the family pays dividends

    Being self-financing is a challenge and puts a certain limit on how fast we can grow and expand the company. ... Foundation firms are less vulnerable to economic crisis. Caring culture. That view is shared from LEO Pharma's HQ, just north west of

  • Company culture? Company culture?

    Company culture? Be you. You’ re perfect. We have all heard the famous quote from Peter Drucker: “ Culture eats strategy for breakfast”. ... What's my message? I'd like everybody reading this to ignore their perceptions of their company culture and

  • People not positions People not positions

    Firstly, you need decide on your company's USP. What makes you different to the other agencies out there? ... Is it the agency's innovation, its record of winning awards, the company culture….

  • Beyond the blind spots in compliance Beyond the blind spots in compliance

    Employees who feel honest can also feel pressured, by the company's culture as well as by individual colleagues, into doing things they would not do in other circumstances. ... Compliance activities are imposed on the organisation; culture is ingrained

  • For richer or poorer For richer or poorer

    culture and aims, have long been regarded as the key to talent retention. ... So in the era of pervasive social networks and online jobs boards, when word gets out that your company culture is causing a mass exodus, it can be a difficult message

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Latest appointments

  • Paul Navarre moves from Allergan to Ferring Pharmaceuticals Paul Navarre moves from Allergan to Ferring Pharmaceuticals

    Ferring Pharmaceuticals has appointed Paul Navarre as CEO of Ferring Holding Inc - a subsidiary of Ferring Pharmaceuticals, a privately owned, international pharma company - in a role that will see him assume ... He said: “ Ferring is a fast growing

  • Kirsten Drejer steps down as Symphogen CEO Kirsten Drejer steps down as Symphogen CEO

    Drejer co-founded Symphogen in 2000 and has served as chief executive officer of the private biopharmaceutical company since then. ... Olin said: “ Due to Kirsten's vision and entrepreneurial execution, Symphogen has become a successful biotech

  • Maxor appoints new chief executive officer Maxor appoints new chief executive officer

    I expect this new chapter of the company's 50‐ year history will be a continuation of exceptional customer service and growth for which Maxor is known.”. ... He established a strong culture at the Company and contributed meaningfully to Maxor's

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  • Commercial innovation in biotech organisations

    It can also depend on company size and stage from development to commercialisation. ... What’ s the ideal company culture for fostering innovation? SJ: The company culture should foster and reward innovative behaviour.

  • The Lucid Festival of Magic - A Spellbinding Event for All

    In true Lucid style it was a tailor-made celebration that spoke to each individual present, reflecting the pioneering spirit and human centricity that underpins the company’ s culture. ... Our culture is fundamental to the delivery of transformation.

  • Delivering on what matters to patients

    The company’ s brand of customer service targets what truly matters to customers. ... It is so deeply embedded within the company culture that it has come to be known as “ The Disney Way” – and it is something every company should strive for,

  • The mutual benefit of becoming one of Britain’s best workplaces

    happiness:. Making a difference – having a strong positive culture, firmly grounded in a meaningful purpose. ... The Best Workplace awards use employee surveys and culture audits, focusing on company culture and the staff experience, to assess each

  • Why I think rare disease companies are more patient-centric

    Moreover, ensuring that company’ s culture as well processes are conducive to dealing with patients’ needs and being flexible as the needs change. ... Perchance the bigger the company, the harder it is to be adaptable at every stage.

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