The Growing Pharmaceutical Workforce
The global pharmaceutical industry employs > 4.4 million people, and this number is predicted to rise over the next decade. Our infographic showcases predictions for the 2030 UK biopharmaceutical workforce, highlighting where additional skills will be required to meet this increased demand.
Access to medicine around the world is still a huge challenge, most notably in developing countries. This infographic, the second in our ‘Improving Access’ series, pinpoints some standout examples of pharmaceutical companies who are going the extra mile to improve access for patients in Asia.
As the industry commands the search for a COVID-19 vaccine, we reflect on the history of vaccine development. From the very first inoculation to the present day, this infographic celebrates the stories, companies, and notable individuals who have been pivotal in the development of vaccines.
As we process the huge impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having around the world, the pharmaceutical industry is hard at work to find a solution. This infographic tracks key milestones of the virus, vaccine and treatment efforts, and donations made by pharma to help the cause.
The pharmaceutical industry is gradually populating the world of social media, as they find ways to navigate these platforms amidst the boundaries of compliance and regulation. This infographic examines which of the top pharma companies are performing best, analyses the language being used, and identifies key insights to bolster social profiles for the better.
Achieving gender parity in the pharmaceutical industry still has a way to go, but many companies are making significant strides towards this. Our infographic showcases a handful of standout examples from the industry and explores key milestones in the history of women in the workplace.
The drugs sales market is an ever-evolving landscape, especially today as the market fragments, and individualised therapies start to make their mark. In this infographic, we showcase how these trends are forecast to impact drugs sales by the year 2024, emphasising key differences with the 2018 figures, as well as predicting which therapeutic areas are set to take home the biggest sales.
On Thursday 23 June 2016, the people of the UK voted to leave the EU, by a winning margin of 3.8%. There began the UK’s long and eventful route to leave, scheduled for Friday 29 March.
In this immersive infographic we mark important milestones the UK life-sciences sector has seen in this near 3-year period, and the events unfolding for the UK’s journey out of the EU.
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