ELM Group HQ opening
Mayor of Stafford Borough Councillor Andy Cooper, centre, cuts the ribbon to officially open ELM Group's new global headquarters in Stafford.

Medical consultancy ELM Group opens new £1million Stafford HQ to spearhead global growth 

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Expanding medical communications and education business ELM Group has opened a Global Headquarters in Stafford. 

The company has moved into Grade II listed premises on The Green after spending £1 million on renovations. 

Previously housed in Gothic Cottage in the town, ELM Group is on a growth curve with the workforce growing from four to 25 in the space of seven years. 

The new headquarters, which was opened by Stafford Mayor Councillor Andy Cooper, will be a springboard for future expansion in clients and therapies worldwide. 

ELM Group comprises two agencies – Elm Medical specialise in Medical Communications and CESAS Medical in Independent Medical Education. 

Operating with team members working from other locations, and with other offices in Scotland and Philadelphia, it provides service in more than 150 countries. 

The Group works in a number of areas from developing education programmes for doctors and supporting plans for reimbursement of new medicines to executive training and web development. 

ELM Group Chairman Martin Lennon, right, pictured alongside Stafford Mayor Councillor Andy Cooper at the official opening.

ELM Group Chairman Martin Lennon said: “I grew up in the town and we are delighted to have the opportunity to locate into this historic building as we continue our growth.  

“We established ELM in Stafford with the aim of building a scientific agency bringing high quality jobs to the town, and our success has now allowed us to prepare to grow further.  

“An aim during this development was to work with local companies as much as possible, as a result we have worked with some amazing people.” 

Chief Operating Officer Mary Walker said: “ELM has grown well since it started just a few years ago and this move will create space to bring high skill jobs to Stafford as well as creating opportunities for apprentices in Business, Finance and Web Design.” 

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