BURLINGTON, Mass., Oct. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Decision Resources Group (DRG) announced today that it has expanded intoAsia Pacific (APAC) with the establishment of a local consulting office in Singapore.
This expansion significantly enhances DRG's ability to serve its core global biopharmaceutical clients that are rapidly expanding
Mark Olson, President of DRG Global Consulting Services, stated, "DRG Consulting is proud to be deepening our local commitment to the Asia-Pacific region. DRG's industry leading insights and analytics have covered these markets for many years. Now, with local presence and expertise in place, we can fully meet the needs of our global biopharma and medical technology clients, while also directly serving our clients headquartered in China, India, and other high growth markets."
DRG Consulting APAC will be led by Robin Arnold and Ravi Visweswara. Mr. Arnold and Mr. Visweswara, formerly senior leaders with the global firm Strategy and Leadership Consulting (SLC), bring extensive consulting experience in the Life Sciences industry, and each has over 10 years established presence in the Asia Pacific region.
About Decision Resources GroupDRG, a subsidiary of Piramal Enterprises Ltd., offers best-in-class, high-value data, analytics and insights products and services to the healthcare industry, delivered by more than 1000 employees across 17 offices in North America, Europe and Asia. DRG provides the Life Sciences, Provider, Payer and Financial Services industries the data, tools, insights and advice they need to compete and thrive in an increasingly complex and value-based marketplace. decisionresourcesgroup.com.
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