Congratulations to Jo Halliday, chief executive of Talking Medicines who has made it onto Insider's 20 Women to Watch List.
Full article can be found here https://www.insider.co.uk/news/women-business-changing-minds-boardrooms-25140273
Jo founded tech data company, Talking Medicines. Based in Glasgow it uses advanced artificial intelligence techniques to provide pharmaceutical companies with real-time data intelligence on how patients are responding to medicines.
She began her career in global consumer marketing with key roles at Coca-Cola, Grand Met and Jim Beam. Following those roles, Jo ventured into the entrepreneurial world and together with Scott Crae and Dr Elizabeth Fairley, established Talking Medicines in 2013.
The company maps the patient voice from social media and connected devices to regulated medicine information, building data points to deliver patterns of patient sentiment.
MAFL: “An inspiring female leader who immediately springs to mind is Marie Curie – for her courage in breaking the mould as a woman in science, and the first to receive two Nobel Prizes.”
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