Commercial Development Manager
Understanding client’s needs, pain points and frustrations, linking them to our solutions and guiding them through how GPI can help to address their challenges.
How long have you worked at GPI?
10 months now!
What was your first impression of GPI?
That GPI was filled with committed and intelligent people that are determined to solve some of biopharma’s biggest challenges.
One of the key things I noticed, is how collaborative everyone is. Teamwork really is the core of the culture here.
What do you like most about working for GPI?
Definitely the people! I love how multicultural people are at GPI and how that brings in so many different perspectives, ideas, and stories.
I also love how a lot of our leaders are from underrepresented backgrounds from all over the world – it’s very inspiring and empowering.
What has been your favourite project so far?
My favourite project so far has been a recent project focusing on APAC, where we worked collaboratively with the client and the consulting team. We were able to create a foundation of mutual trust and respect with our client, to fully understand the complexity of their issue. Using our expertise, we were able to bridge a communication gap between the clients’ teams and align them to a solution on a complex challenge.
“I also love how a lot of our leaders are from underrepresented backgrounds from all over the World – it’s very inspiring and empowering”
What do you do when you’re not working?
I love to travel and try all the wonderful cuisines of the world.
I love a good read related to philosophy or psychology too. I also enjoy exercising, in particular yoga and running, and pushing my boundaries to see what I can achieve. Never a challenge big enough!
Best holiday/place you’ve ever visited?
I had the most incredible experience in Iceland. Iceland has a magical ere about it somehow. The nature is completely different to anything I have ever seen before. The northern lights, natural spas and waterfalls are breath-taking. I really recommend anyone to go there, it’s a beautiful country.
Lastly, if you could meet anyone in the World, dead or alive, who would it be?
Can I meet two? If so Ekhart Tolle and Deepack Chopra. I would probably leave a lot wiser!
I would just love to understand the world on an even deeper level and to appreciate all it has to offer.
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