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ProductLife Group has announced its acquisition of Australian company Commercial Eyes.
ProductLife Group (PLG), a specialized provider of regulatory, scientific, quality, and digital transformation consulting services for the life sciences industry, announced in a Feb. 1, 2024 press release its acquisition of Australian company Commercial Eyes.
Commercial Eyes is a pharmaceutical and medical device commercialization company that specializes in regulatory affairs, pharmacovigilance, medical information, quality assurance, market access, market research, and patient programs. Through the acquisition, PLG will be able to combine its global presence and expertise with the regional knowledge and capabilities of Commercial Eyes to be able to deliver enhanced services and solutions to clients.
“Joining PLG is a major strategic move for Commercial Eyes, our people, and our clients. We will leverage the platform we have created over the last 22 years to expand our footprint globally,” said Andrew Carter, founder and managing director of Commercial Eyes in the press release. “This [expansion] will create significant professional development opportunities for our team members and enable us to better support our clients with global coverage of end-to-end life sciences consulting services.”
“This merger not only enables us to broaden our geographical footprint and expand our offerings to global markets but also empowers us to better serve our clients throughout their market and patient access strategy. The acquisition of Commercial Eyes marks an exciting new chapter in our journey. Together, we possess the collective strength, expertise, and passion to drive positive change and shape the future of the life sciences industry,” added Xavier Duburcq, CEO of PLG in the press release. “Our two companies share similar values: pioneering the way for innovation, client satisfaction, team spirit and a unique sense of purpose for life sciences. This common set of values forms a solid foundation for the seamless integration of the two organizations.”