How Ipsen Pharmaceuticals is creating leaders at every level

Ipsen’s Irish site is the firm’s only supplier of active peptide ingredients for its life-saving drugs. High standards are critical – and that means they must train and retain the best

31st July, 2016
James Byrne of Ipsen

Ipsen Manufacturing Ireland is in expansion mode. Sales of its neuroendocrine tumour product grew by almost 30 per cent and it’s one of two key products made in Dublin that had combined sales of €750 million – almost half of Ipsen’s global turnover.

Site head and vice president James Byrne said this brought challenges for the business, which employs more than 100 people. “Strategically, we are a very important site for our...

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