COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Taylor Strategy Partners (TSP), who enable clients in the life science industryto identify and retain the best human capital for their organizations, is pleased to announce the expansion of its operations to Kansas City, KS.
TSP was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Columbus,
"This opening is a natural progression for TSP because Kansas City has a large life science industry base and we look forward to building a closer relationship with the businesses in the area," said Mickey Shimp, President of TSP.
According to the Kansas City Economic Development Corporation, local industry strengths include animal health, comparative medicine, clinical research, healthcare, and pharmaceutical development. Opportunities are plentiful for life sciences companies, as well as for businesses providing supplies, equipment, and services to this growing sector.
"Opening this office will give TSP the chance to offer our clients a much wider range of services and capabilities," said Shimp. "This is a very exciting time for the Kansas City area. Over the past decade, the Kansas City region has made advancing the life sciences a top priority, and we at TSP are looking forward to becoming an integral part of this continued growth."
About Taylor Strategy Partners
Taylor Strategy Partners (TSP) provides a unique combination of business consulting and talent acquisition management. It enables clients in the life science industry to identify and retain the best human capital for their organizations. The legacy name, Taylor Search Partners, was changed to Taylor Strategy Partners in order to represent the full suite of consulting services and solutions. For more information, visit www.taylorstrategy.com or email Meggie Matheney at email@example.com, or call 614-543-8148.
SOURCE Taylor Strategy Partners
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