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LabConnect Expands Seattle HQ

June 7, 2013

• LabConnect has moved to larger quarters in Seattle, the laboratory testing services company announced.

“We needed to expand because we are growing,” said LabConnect president and CEO Eric Hayashi. “But beyond the additional space needed for our core office functions, we wanted to create just-in-time space for our growing SciOps team members who spend most of their time off site with clients. This move will give us room to double our capacity and allow us to better serve our clients.”

LabConnect’s SciOps team is a special unit comprised of industry experts with a minimum of 10 years of experience who offer short- or long-term functional outsourcing services for pharmaceutical research.

LabConnect’s new headquarters is in Seattle’s historic Mutual Life Building.

More info: www.labconnectllc.com
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