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KCR relocates head office from Warsaw to Berlin

Polish contract research organisation opens newbase in Germany

KCR contract research organisation (CRO) Berlin office

Polish contract research organisation KCR has relocated its head office from Warsaw to Berlin in a move it said would allow it to better serve its customers.

The CRO, whose new base will be in Mitte [pictured] - the historical centre of the German capital, also expects its new location to aid the expansion of its services and operations.

Mike Jagielski, KCR's president and CEO, said: "This is an important step to further implement KCR's business growth strategy. The establishment of a new head office in Berlin builds upon our previous decisions on strengthening the company's footprint in Western Europe.

“Moving to Germany is a response to our clients' expectations regarding KCR's strong presence in Western Europe. It will also allow us to further diversify the KCR talent pool to support our customer-focused approach.”

KCR's new Berlin head office will serve as its management and business development centre and the CRO's Warsaw office will continue to be run as its operational hub.

Article by
Dominic Tyer

11th March 2015

From: Research

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