Perigord Group Opens New Office in Brazil
The new opening will have business done exclusively for the South American market with Montesino Associates LLC overseeing the introduction to the new market.
Alan Leamy, the Chief Executive Officer of Perigord Group said: “We’re delighted to be establishing a base in South America. The Pharmaceutical and Healthcare industry has enjoyed phenomenal growth within this region.”
As more and more industries are keen to invest within Brazil, the ‘Pharmerging Markets’ are no exception as the developing country was named as a key player within that sector.
Peter Schmitt, founder of Montesino Associates expressed his delight at the partnership saying that they were very excited to be extending their relationship with The Perigord Group.
“The GLAMS Global Artwork Management System offers clients an unprecedented array of flexibility, productivity and cost-efficiencies previously unavailable to clients in the generic pharmaceutical industry. We are delighted to announce that Inez Aguiar will head up our multilingual Perigord team for South America,” he said.
Perigold Group, the global production agency, helps its clients create, manage and deliver their brand messages for the Pharmaceutical and IT markets.
With headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, they also have bases in the United States in Branford, Connecticut and Sacramento, as well as an APAC operations base in Singapore and Christchurch, New Zealand.
Our approach is a sensible one, appreciating the high demand for timber and the fact that the timber trade will continue. Therefore we have an opportunity to participate and make sure that any negative impact to the surrounding environment and community is minimised and that good management secures the future of the forests.
GFI believe that investments in overseas forestry will bring diversity, growth and stability to any investment portfolio – especially in the currently unstable economic climate, whilst creating the added tax and green benefits associated with most ethical investments.
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