Banks Sadler reports growth in healthcare division

Banks Sadler has moved its Medical Projects International (MPI) division to larger offices in Windsor following 'unprecedented growth' last year.

Leigh Jagger, CEO of MPI parent company Banks Sadler
Leigh Jagger, CEO of MPI parent company Banks Sadler

The move will allow MPI to further develop its team, which specialises in communication, event and congress programmes in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector. 

Devika Rawlinson, director of communications and creative at MPI, said: "The move is an exciting time for MPI and reflects our need to grow our congress and events teams in addition to developing the patient adherence programme portfolio."

Leigh Jagger, CEO of MPI parent company Banks Sadler, said "It’s the start of another busy year for us and MPI’s office move is the first in a number of office moves for us over the coming months. The move is indicative of the positive growth steps that MPI are making and supports our overall growth strategy as a business."

Banks Sadler acquired Medical Projects International (MPI) for an undisclosed sum in March 2013.

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