Leo Pharma consolidates global commercial organization, reducing overall unit count

In an attempt to streamline and build a more competitive organization, the Danish dermatology firm has merged a number of international commercial divisions.

Leo Pharma's head of R&D, Jörg Möller, has reduced Leo Pharma's R&D division in the past as part overall streamlining efforts, which have now also impacted the firm's commercial units | Photo: MAGNUS MØLLER

After holding meetings around the world, Leo Pharma can now announce that a number of the firm’s international sales units have been consolidated, the firm reports in a press release.

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