London, UK, 13 September 2019 – Instinctif Partners, the international business communications consultancy, congratulates all nominated finalists for the Scrip Awards 2019.
The annual Scrip Awards, which are now in their 15th year, commemorate companies in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry that have played an instrumental role in improving healthcare this year.
Notable congratulations goes to the six clients of Instinctif Partners Life Sciences’ practice who have been selected as finalists across four of the coveted award categories. These are: Clinigen (Business Development Team of the Year), Microbiotica (Best Partnership Alliance), Astex (Best New Drug Award), Mission Therapeutics (Business Development Team of the Year), HOOKIPA Pharma (Biotech Company of the Year Award) and iQvia (Medidata’s Community Partnership of the Year Award and Best Contract Research Organisation – Full Service Providers).
Selected by a panel of 16 highly respected and independent experts from across the sector, the winners will be announced on the evening of 4th November at the Scrip Awards ceremony held at the London Hilton on Park Lane in Mayfair.
The full list of award categories and finalists, as well as further information on the awards can be found here.
Commenting on the announcement, Melanie Toyne Sewell, Joint Managing Partner of Instinctif Partners Life Sciences’ practice said: “The Scrip Awards are well established and highly prestigious and always hotly contested. They are a great opportunity to recognise the great advances being made in healthcare and life sciences. Considering the fierce competition our clients face for this year’s awards, we are delighted so many to be shortlisted. We wish them the best of luck for the evening.”
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.
Melanie Toyne-SewellManaging Partner