FEB 07, 2018 06:00 AM PST

Welfare First

SPONSORED BY: Agenda Life Sciences
  • Life Sciences Director, Agenda Life Sciences
      An experienced Business Development Director, Tim has been involved in Business Development and Marketing projects across Europe and the Far East as Global Accounts Manager for a leading company in the Laboratory Animal Science sector, a sector he worked in for over 20 years.
      Tim comes from a scientific background, starting in Toxicology, and has worked in the supply chain for Academic, Contract and Pharmaceutical Research. As a result, Tim is passionate about delivering value and believes that partnerships with clients linked to clear objectives enable sustainable growth for both parties. Customer service, responsiveness and a can-do attitude have enabled Tim to drive the continued growth at Agenda Life Science.

      Tim joined Agenda in 2011 to provide a strategic business development focus. His role as Business Development Director means that he manages the commercial operations across all of the different divisions of ARM. He directly manages a team of people who have regional and sector specific responsibilities, including a strategic partnership in mainland Europe.

      A member of the Association of British Pharmaceutical Industry and with a recent Diploma from the Institute of Directors supporting his previous scientific qualifications and degree, he focuses on the strategic development of Agenda's services. Tim has operational responsibility for the Facility Management division that requires the directing of activities at 5 facilities within the UK, and a remit to develop the service further in Europe. He is heavily involved in contract management, liaison and price negotiations with suppliers and formal review of performance against Service Level Agreements.


    Welfare First, a programme developed to recognise the importance of welfare within the life sciences sector and to meet the aims of its position statement.  Animal welfare is a priority, but so also is the welfare of the dedicated people working with the animals and also the welfare of the life science sector itself.

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