July 17, 2017 – TOKYO, JAPAN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – NAMSA, the world’s only Medical Research Organization (MRO) that accelerates medical device development through integrated laboratory, clinical and consulting services is excited to announce the launch of its newly developed Japanese website.
The introduction of this highly-anticipated website is a direct result of the increased demand for NAMSA’s integrated medical device development services throughout Japan. Generating $53.2B in the medical device equipment market in 2016, Japan ranks as the world’s third largest medical product marketplace and is expected to grow steadily through 2020 (GlobalData).
“We’re extremely pleased to launch our first ever Japanese website to better serve our clients. This user-friendly and information-filled resource will not only help support our significant growth in Japan, but will also allow Japanese manufacturers to more easily identify a proven, single source solution for efficient and cost-effective medical device development,” commented Terry Tsuji, General Manager, NAMSA Japan.
NAMSA, with two Japanese office locations in Kyoto and Tokyo, provides clients with highly sought after testing, clinical and regulatory services required to accelerate medical device development and market introduction.
Medical device manufacturers seeking NAMSA’s development and market access services in Japan are encouraged to visit our regulatory webpage here, or to email NAMSA’s team of Japanese experts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leah Davidson, MA, MBA
Leah has been with NAMSA since 2016 and currently serves as Senior Manager of Global Marketing Communications. She possesses 20 years' experience within the medical device, healthcare technology and non-profit industries and has worked in various marketing and communications capacities throughout her career. In her role at NAMSA, she is responsible for the development and implementation of brand strategies and marketing communications initiatives that help drive the organization's sales and organizational growth goals globally.