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Drugs data company gets Queen’s trade award

PUBLISHED: 16:00 29 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:57 05 October 2010

A GLOBAL data company with its HQ in London’s East End has won The Queen’s Award for International Trade. The company, Evalute Pharma, with its offices in Spitalfields, received the award from the Deputy Lieutenant for Tower Hamlets, Commander John Ludgate

A GLOBAL data company with its HQ in London's East End has won The Queen's Award for International Trade.

The company, Evalute Pharma, with its offices in Spitalfields, received the award from the Deputy Lieutenant for Tower Hamlets, Commander John Ludgate, at a ceremony at Spitalfields Church.

Founder and chief executive Jonathan de Pass was presented with the accolade in front of Tower Hamlets Mayor Ahmed Omer.

The company, which has 40 staff worldwide, analyses pharmaceutical companies including which drugs are being developed around the world and are being sold in the future.


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