G&L Scientific expands into state-of-the-art Belfast office
G&L Scientific, one of the world’s leading Regulatory Affairs consultancies, has expanded its Centre of Excellence in Belfast.
Located on the tenth floor of the prestigious Lanyon Tower building, the state-of-the-art office heralds a considerable investment by the company as it expands to the new premises and highlights its confidence in Northern Ireland and the expertise of the local workforce.
The new office will be a central hub for around 70 members of staff, including Regulatory Strategy, CMC, Submission Management, Publishing, Lifecycle Management and Compliance teams, as they provide global Regulatory Affairs services to Pharma and Biotech clients.
Established in 2016 by Belfast man Stephen Loughrey and business partner Peter Griffin, G&L Scientific is recognized globally as the ‘go-to’ consultancy for all things Regulatory Affairs-related and boasts a presence in every territory including Europe, the US, Canada and Asia Pacific.
The new Belfast base is a significant upgrade and comes as the firm revealed plans to open a further US office in New York City later this year.
Speaking at the Lanyon Tower opening, G&L CEO, Stephen Loughrey, said:
“We are delighted to be able to continue to invest not only in Belfast and Northern Ireland but also in the talented people who work here with us.
“The levels of expertise, industry knowledge and market awareness within our team are unsurpassed, and these offices are a clear demonstration of our confidence in them and our commitment to the region.
“Our new Belfast office is a major expansion from our previous location and will provide colleagues with an exciting and dynamic workspace and play a pivotal role as we continue to grow globally.”
The expansion of the Belfast Centre of Excellence marks a new era for G&L as it embarks on a hybrid working system that has been created in close consultation with staff to enhance their work and home life balance.
G&L Chairman, Peter Griffin, explained:
“Over the last 18 months, we have become acutely aware of just how much work and the working environment have evolved, and we have embraced this period as an opportunity to change things for the better.
“We want our office spaces to be more than just a place to commute to. Instead, they will bring people together for specific reasons such as collaborative working and essential meetings.
“Meanwhile, we will continue to support home working by investing in the technology, training, and equipment that ensure a seamless transition to remote working and allow our colleagues to enjoy the best of both worlds as and when they require.”
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