Key appointment builds healthcare intelligence business

 

LaingBuisson has announced the appointment of Dr Guy Gross as Head of Research, a key appointment in supporting the business’s future strategy and expansion.

This appointment reflects the company’s strategy of building on its heritage as the leading healthcare and social care market intelligence provider. Guy will be the lead editor for the company’s respected, industry-leading reports and brings the knowledge and expertise to ensure their continued relevance in a digital age. He will develop LaingBuisson’s knowledge hub, coordinating the work of research and data teams and their contribution not only to the company’s market reports, but also to its journals, data solutions and consultancy work.

Guy is a former doctor who trained at Nottingham University and who has an MBA from London Business School. He has consulted across the healthcare and social care space for over 15 years including as Innovation Delivery Lead in the NHS across London. As a specialist in growth and innovation Guy focuses on building and supporting organisations of all sizes to validate market opportunities, co-design their products and to develop their go-to-market strategies.

Henry Elphick, CEO, said:

"I am very pleased to welcome Guy to our team. The skills and experience that he brings is key to our strategy of a business built around market intelligence, consulting and data solutions which is competitive in today’s business environment. He will play a central role in this exciting period of expansion for LaingBuisson and in the development of new products and services for the business."


 

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