London, UK, 29 November 2018 - Instinctif Partners, the business communications consultancy, congratulates all winning companies of the Scrip Awards 2018. Now in its 14th year, the Scrip Awards acknowledged the highest achievers across the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. The winners were announced at a prestigious dinner and ceremony which took place on the evening of 28 November at the Hilton on Park Lane, London.
Congratulations goes especially to Instinctif Partners Life Sciences’ client F-star, who won the award of Best Partnership Alliance for their deal with Denali Therapeutics. Also special recognition and congratulations to Sir John Bell who was honoured with Scrip’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Scrip Awards recognise success across a range of industry activities, including novel deals, new drug launches and technological breakthroughs in clinical trials.
Full details of the awards can be found here.
Commenting on the announcement of the winners, Sue Charles, Managing Partner of Instinctif Partners Life Sciences’ practice said:
“It has been another successful year for the life sciences sector. The Scrip Awards highlight the wealth of innovation that exists within the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, and it was great to see the dedication and achievements of both companies and individuals alike recognised at this celebratory event.”
About Instinctif Partners Life Sciences
Instinctif Partners is a leading international business communications consultancy and has recently been awarded International Agency of the Year at the PR Week Global Awards 2017. The firm has an exceptionally strong dedicated team focused in the Life Sciences sector. This Life Sciences practice has expertise across financial, corporate, healthcare and marketing communications, and integrates design and digital into its communications mix. Offering global outreach, its client base spans pharma, biotechnology, medical devices, diagnostics, healthcare, laboratory supply and service providers in addition to venture capitalists, recruitment companies, not-for-profit, academic organisations and science-associated bodies.