RSA ranked as top global specialist Life Sciences recruiter

RSA today welcomed its placement as top global specialist Life Sciences Recruiter in the recent Executive Grapevine 2012/13 UK report and reported positive movements in its international markets.

As an established specialist in Life Sciences Executive Search, RSA is headquartered in the UK and has significant global reach with international offices in the USA, EU and Asia. Benefitting from retained executive search and a strong interims business, RSA offers strategic solutions to its customers from basic research through to the marketplace.

Commenting on the report Nick Stephens, Executive Chairman of RSA said, “We are honoured to be placed as the top Global specialist Life Sciences Recruiter. Today’s Life Sciences market is looking to trusted partners with core domain expertise to help them through this next phase of business change; and we remain committed to supporting the industry all around the world. We are also taking steps to ensure that we bring current domain understanding as well as our unparalleled network to our customers. This will serve them across the spectrum of today’s business challenges, from public-private partnerships, outsourced R&D, informatics, bioventure start-ups and spin-outs, medical technologies and sales force effectiveness.”

Commenting on the global Life Sciences marketplace Nick continued, “There is no doubt that the entire industry has suffered a period of great uncertainty and is undergoing massive change. However, we are already benefitting from a return in the market in terms of strategic decision-making, investment in key people and confidence in the future of the industry around the world. We are confident RSA will end the year strongly and we look forward to continuing this growth in the year ahead.”

Commenting on the recent events with major pharma in China, Nick said, “Asia represents a massive opportunity for the Life Sciences but is also a region where the industry is relatively new, so some serious lessons are being painfully learned. RSA has been present in Asia since 2006. We believe that there may be relocation of some activities to more traditionally secure centres such as Singapore – where our Asian hub is based – but the long term picture remains one of growth and development, for us and our clients.”

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