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Gloria Kwon Joins Deallus as Senior Principal


We are excited to announce that Gloria Kwon has joined our Deallus team as a Senior Principal based out of our Los Angeles office. Gloria comes to Deallus with significant experience in business strategy, product commercialization and operational excellence for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Prior to joining Deallus, Gloria spent over 8 years at Navigant Consulting.

Peter Barschdorff joins Deallus as Vice President (U.S.)


Deallus is pleased to announce that Peter Barschdorff is joining the organization as Vice President, leading its U.S. consulting business, with offices in Los Angeles and New York. Peter has held leadership positions in a number of management consulting organizations and has built innovative enterprise capabilities in commercial pharma.

Deallus excited to announce Peter Hempshall as new CEO


Peter is a senior executive with over fifteen years of consulting and leadership experience in the healthcare sector. Prior to Deallus, Peter worked in senior roles within companies such as Decision Resources Group, PAREXEL and IMS Consulting (now IQVIA). As a consultant, he has worked with numerous pharmaceutical and biotech companies to develop and support their market access and commercial strategies.

A refreshed look for Deallus


A refreshed look for Deallus Evolution in the face of growth Managing the consequences of change in an ever-changing world is an ongoing challenge for all successful organisations. And, as our clients’ needs have grown and developed over time, so has our company, our leadership structure, our global reach and the impressive competitive intelligence and strategic intelligence capabilities we offer. These changes are reflected in our newly refreshed Deallus visual identity and the new strategic services we offer. Of course, and as the proverb states, the more things change, the more they stay the same. [...]

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