Global Regulatory Services (GRS) sets down roots in Sweden
It’s taken many months of planning and now it’s a reality. We are delighted, and very proud, to announce that GRS has established an office in Medicon Village, Lund. Bobby and Greer Deal, Directors of GRS, will be there on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th September for the official launch.
“Medicon Village is really ‘buzzing’ and I believe very much reflects the entrepreneurial spirit and ‘can do’ attitude of not only Sweden but also the whole of the Nordic region” said Bobby “I’m delighted to have the opportunity to be an integral part of this thriving community. I am sure that GRS has expertise and ‘know-how’ which will contribute to the growth and development of Medicon Village. My vision is for GRS to be the bridge between Medicon Village and other like-minded communities encouraging the cross-fertilisation of ideas between the ‘best of the best’ and thereby improve the health of mankind. On behalf of everyone at GRS, I’m looking forward to welcoming you all to our Swedish office whether it’s just for a coffee and a catch up or to discuss the serious business of your regulatory requirements.”
Global Regulatory Services Limited
SE-223 81 Lund
About Global Regulatory Services (GRS)
Headquartered in Cambridge (UK), GRS is an award winning global consultancy offering a holistic approach to the Regulatory and Quality Compliance requirements of the Life Science Industry. Our client base ranges from start-ups through to multi-nationals such as GlaxoSmithKline. With a worldwide network of professionals, GRS supports companies with emerging, novel technologies from foods to herbals, medical devices to IVDs, pharmaceuticals to regenerative therapies and borderline medical products.
About Medicon Village
Medicon Village is a “complete ecosystem for innovation” and “is designed to generate an unbroken chain from idea or concept to finished product”. Their “overarching mission is to provide a unique environment for life science by integrating research, innovation and industry under one roof, thereby helping to improve people’s health and lives, and creating value along the way. That’s what it’s really all about – medical advances for the good of mankind.”