Boyds has moved into Dublin’s Talent Garden, a workplace community for innovators and entrepreneurs.
UK-headquartered Boyds established its Irish office in 2019 with the aim of ensuring continuity of service to its clients once the UK had left the EU. During that time, Boyds Ireland has seen significant growth, with predicted further growth for the coming years.
Boyds’ clients benefit from access to the European Medicines Agency via the Irish office, which makes the company attractive to biotechs, small pharma and academic groups looking to progress their medicinal products/devices with the European regulators.
Siobhan Gaynor, Vice President of Business Development and Regulatory Affairs for Boyds Ireland said: “We are delighted to move into the Talent Garden Dublin facility, the offices are designed to support innovators and entrepreneurs in the health and digital space by enabling flexible and diverse solutions and providing networking opportunities. As a specialist medicines and medtech consultancy we will benefit greatly from this philosophy and approach.”
Siobhan has led the development of Boyds Ireland since it was established, and her expertise as an advanced therapeutics and rare disease specialist, coupled with her wide network has played a key role in driving the growth to date. Boyds’ current recruitment drive to support the increasing demand for its services will also see expansion in the Irish team in the coming months.
To find out more about how Boyds Ireland can help, contact a member of the team.