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KCR Announces Different Office Location in UK

BOSTON, Mass — KCR, the international clinical development solutions provider, has announced the establishment of a new office location in Guildford, Surrey UK. The new location will enhance KCR’s regional coverage and maximize availability to research partners in the region.

KCR CEO, Mike Jagielski, commented, “The establishment of a KCR location close to the greater London area demonstrates our commitment to expanding the UK team. UK has a lot of talent in the technical R&D space as well as operations. We have a fantastic team there and this office shows our dedication to growing it further.” Chief Technology Officer, Doug Bain, added, “Guildford has become an increasingly popular location for life science companies, with excellent resources from Surrey University. The establishment of this branch will support KCR client relationships and serve as a home for our Technology and Innovation department.”

The Guildford location will expand KCR’s European presence and serve as a hub for all UK based staff. Conveniently located 5 minutes walking from the Guildford train station with direct trains into London and Gatwick Airport, the office is equipped to grow rapidly in the coming months and years.

About KCR:

KCR is a clinical development solutions provider creating value for biotechnology and pharmaceutical organizations. Founded in 1997, our expert teams support clients with full-service clinical development capabilities across three main areas: Trial Execution, Consulting and Placement. KCR operates across North America, Europe, and Australia, with main office locations in Boston, US, Berlin, Germany, and Warsaw, Poland. Our geographical coverage across 25+ countries, cutting-edge technical capabilities and tailored offerings allow for the optimized delivery of solutions to develop life-changing therapies. KCR offers access to an estimated population of 1.1 billion people. For more information visit www.kcrcro.com.

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