Growing your healthcare business
We help health and care organisations develop partnerships that deliver mutual value and transform the delivery of health and care.
We have worked with:
Transforming health and care services is more important than ever, but the market is complex and hard to engage.
We have supported innovators, providers and suppliers to position their offers with buyers, equipping them with the capability to influence the market and creating the right relationships that helped them secure more leads and grow their business.
What our clients say
What we do
Whether you are just starting-up or an established organisation looking to pivot in a dynamic and challenging healthcare market CPB can help you connect with credibility and grow.
We support a range of sectors and clients that include Telco, Pharmaceuticals and Med-Tech, Digital and Tech, Management consultancies, care providers and internal NHS suppliers.
Our talented team
Read about our team and philosophy and how we work so you can understand our breadth of skills and capability.
With decades of senior NHS frontline leadership experience and business development activities for major healthcare companies we understand how buying decisions are made, how to develop trusting relationships and how to generate leads and grow your business.
We are different but don’t take our word for it. Read the case studies and testimonials, or even better, see for yourself.
Our client impact
We have delivered a wide range of work including supporting the development of corporate strategies, market engagement activities, thought leadership campaigns and providing business development and lead generation support.
Our most recent thinking
Planning is surely one of the most important things within healthcare – from the millions of decisions made by individual staff every day through to long term policy decisions.
The desire to tackle available, unfair and systematic differences in health has acted as a guide and conscience through my career in the NHS. Sadly, however, as emphasized in a range of recent national reports efforts to reduce health inequalities have been outpaced by societal change, to the point that many regional and socioeconomic differences in health are growing.