Learn more about our company and people.
Who We Are
Decades of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance expertise
From product development and submissions to company-wide change management, we design, implement, and run quality, results-focused outcomes for everyone we work with.
Our expert subject matter knowledge of Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Clinical Development ensures we deliver changes that matter.
Our leadership team
Find out more about the people who have overall responsibility for implementing our services, solutions, strategies and culture.
Why choose us
The values, services and offerings that set us apart
Subject Matter Expertise
With industry-leading expertise and knowledge across every aspect of Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Clinical Development, we are proud to set the global standard for scientific consultancy.
From start-ups with big ideas to Fortune 100 pharma giants, G&L is recognised throughout the world as the 'go to' company for expertly designed solutions, created to meet the specific needs of every client.
Our extensive global network of industry experts ensures that we are always at the cutting edge of local market knowledge and are able to successfully negotiate the intricacies and specific requirements of every territory.
Our industry expertise has been recognized and rewarded with numerous business awards and nominations. In 2022 we were honoured to receive the Queen's Award for Enterprise, the highest accolade for businesses in the UK.
Product Lifecyle Experts
Utilizing our subject matter expertise, we provide complete end-to-end services at every stage of the product lifecycle, guaranteeing the best support possible at every crucial step of the process.
Everything we do is built around the exact requirements and specifications of our clients. We are aware that change is inevitable and we successfully negotiate this with solutions that are both scalable and flexible.
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