The life sciences & healthcare sectors are undergoing major, transformational change facing trends such as aging population in the Western world and the increasing role of technology and digital solutions in health care.
New innovations are disrupting an industry with traditionally long development cycles - and at the same time presenting exciting opportunities for new business models. While maintaining profitability, excellent quality and efficiency remain at the heart of the business, leaders are now expected to find new areas for growth in an increasingly competitive environment with new market entrants.
In this setting, both established organizations and new players need leaders who have an appreciation for innovation and capitalizing on opportunities while maintaining a long-term view of the market and its regulatory complexity under global economic uncertainty.
Our global Life Sciences & Healthcare Practice is set up to meet a broad spectrum of requirements across all areas of the sector, from established players to private equity backed companies and early-stage life science businesses.
In Finland Amrop has a long history of serving life sciences and healthcare companies. Our assignments originate both from international companies looking to build or strengthen their operations in Finland or globally oriented Finland-based firms, which require leaders with international expansion experience. We work especially closely with our Nordic colleagues focused on the Life Sciences and Healthcare sectors.
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