Proclinical kicks off 2019 with opening of two new offices in Beijing and Frankfurt

Monique Ellis our consultant managing the role
Posting date: 07/01/2019

Following a very successful 2018, Proclinical looks to continue its global growth with the opening of two new offices in January 2019. The specialist life science company’s newest offices in Frankfurt, Germany and Beijing, China have over 7,500 miles between them and aim to supply two of the biggest and fastest growing life science industries in the world.

Proclinical’s new office in Frankfurt marks another important move into mainland Europe for the business. It will help bring it closer to its existing clients and enable it to work with many other innovative companies across the wider DACH region.

Germany itself has one of the largest health economies in the world and is a well-established pharma, biotech and medtech hub. The new office, run by Proclinical’s Client Services Director Herman Bear, is keen to support companies here that are leading the way in cutting-edge technologies such as digital health, regenerative medicine and robotic surgery.  

Launching a base in Beijing, China is a natural step in the expansion of Proclinical’s successful operations in Shanghai. The new team in Beijing are excited to help life science companies flourish in a city that is truly hungry for science and drug discovery.

Tom Tan, Client Services Director in China speaks of his enthusiasm, “Proclinical can see the exponential and enormous opportunities in North China. I am thrilled to have another office opening that will surely offer more depth to our capabilities as we support growing biotechs and innovative start-ups in Beijing.”

About Proclinical

Proclinical is a leading global staffing services provider that specialises exclusively within the life sciences industry. Our client base includes leading global pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, medical device and health tech pioneers, and associated life science companies, including CROs and the outsourcing sector.