Cactus Communications inaugurates its new office in Europe
(October 24, 2017; London, U.K.) - Cactus Communications recently acquired a new workspace in London, United Kingdom. Although this is the first office set up by the global scientific and medical communications company in Europe, it is CACTUS’ 10th office globally. In addition to excellent collaborative meeting spaces and a new-age vibe, CACTUS’ new workspace in Holborn is close to the Covent Garden area, which is an easily accessible part of the city. In its 15th year, Cactus Communications has actively made moves to expand their global presence.
Photograph: Entrance to Cactus Communication's new workspace in 136/ High Holborn
On the inauguration of the new workspace, Elvira D’Souza, Senior Vice President, Medical Communications, Cactus Communications expressed her excitement, “We are very pleased to expand our footprint to Europe in our 15th year. Tapping into a large talent pool of medical writers in the region should make it easier to grow our team.”
Photograph: Meeting area and collaborative workspaces in the new office
Nikesh Gosalia, Director, Academic and Publisher Relations, will head the office in London. He sounded enthusiastic about the new workspace, “Some of the oldest and most reputed publishers in the world are based in the region. Proximity to our partner publishers as well as top pharmaceutical companies will definitely help us maintain existing relationships and build new ones.”
Cactus Communications is among the fastest growing companies in scholarly communications industry. The company’s medical communications arm serves the top 20 global pharmaceutical companies and Editage is perhaps the largest and most recognizable author services brand with deep footprints in East Asia. Strategically, a presence in Europe will only help strengthen CACTUS’ global reach.
About Cactus Communications
Founded in 2002, Cactus Communications is a global scientific and medical communications company with offices in Japan, China, South Korea, India, United Kingdom, Singapore, and the United States. Employing a global in-house workforce of over 700, Editage (the flagship author services brand of Cactus Communications) has served over 215,000 authors and edited over 800,000 papers across 1,200 disciplines to date. In addition to offering high-end scientific communication solutions, CACTUS is actively involved in author education through its comprehensive author resources site Editage Insights. Please visit www.cactusglobal.com or www.editage.com to learn more.
Manager, Corporate Communications, Editage/Cactus Communications