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Top tips on how to write the best pharma CV

When it’s time to move on, knowing how to write the best pharma CV is the first step. In a competitive recruitment market such as...
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Building a new pharmaceutical company

Nick Saunders, Commercial Operations (UK) and Brand Director at Theramex, won the Hospital Representative Pf Award at the Pf Awards in 2000. It directly...
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Dal Singh joins Triducive from MSD

Triducive has hired Dal Singh to head up the Strategy and Value consultancy’s Agile offering, as Agile and Organisational Capabilities Director. Dal Singh joins Triducive...
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New Managing Director announced for MSD in the UK and Ireland

MSD announced that David Peacock will succeed Louise Houson as Managing Director of MSD in the UK and Ireland from October 1st 2019. David Peacock...
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Pf Power List 2019: Who is shaping the pharma & healthcare sector?

The Pf Power List has looked at who is making a difference in pharma and healthcare in 2019. This year has brought a range of developments...
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Tillotts Pharma UK embracing partnerships

Jeremy Thorpe is Managing Director of Tillotts Pharma UK Ltd. In his seven years at the helm, he has seen continuous double-digit growth and...
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Identifying future leaders in your business

Caroline Wilcher, Recruitment Director at Ashfield UK, explains how a succession planning strategy is essential to identify the leaders of the future within your...
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Making a career move: Primary care to pharma

Amit Shah, recently appointed Healthcare Development Manager with Scope Ophthalmics, on why he made the move into pharma. What is your background? I’m a pharmacist by...
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Stepping out of your career comfort zone

Sally Colley, Roche Hospital Sales Specialist (Secondary Care Specialist), working in Breast Cancer, reflects on how life-changing experiences led her to step out of...
Shaking hands: Owen Heyworth, Talent Resourcer at Carrot Pharma Recruitment defines what stand-out skills help candidates to move into the highly competitive pharmaceutical industry.

Four stand-out skills you need to move into the pharma industry

Owen Heyworth, Talent Resourcer at Carrot Pharma Recruitment defines what stand-out skills help candidates to move into the highly competitive pharmaceutical industry. The pharmaceutical industry...

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