At Napp, we aim to foster an inspiring workplace that encourages a high challenge, high support environment, empowering our people to be entrepreneurial; to grow and develop their skills and expertise in a workplace that values and rewards proactivity.
Napp is an ambitious asset-led, customer-focused and sales-driven organisation. We believe that our matrix working structure, in which individuals work as part of multidisciplinary teams within business units, supports a flexible approach that enables our business and each member of the team to have clear accountability and autonomy within the working environment. This style of working means that people working across the business, from our field-based teams to those supporting our brands at head office, feel that they are making a valuable contribution to the success of the business; ultimately, having a positive impact on the lives of patients and those who care for them through the medicines and the educational services we provide.
Based in the heart of the Cambridge science community, and part of a worldwide network of independent associated companies across 48 countries, Napp offers many opportunities to gain rich experience alongside frontline health providers and to learn from the expertise of colleagues across the business.
Watch the video below to hear from our colleagues about why they love working for Napp.
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