Emma Banks

Chief Executive Officer

As ramarketing's CEO, Dr. Emma Banks oversees the entire business from our headquarters location in Newcastle, located in North East of England. Emma leads the agency's vision and strategy and alongside client and employee experience her main focus is on developing a data-driven value creation plan to support our continued growth. A key goal is to make sure the time spent with ramarketing, whether you are working with us or for us, is exceptional.
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Emma's Background.

After completing her PhD followed by two years of postdoctoral research, Emma joined a small biometrics CRO, latterly supporting the leadership of the data management team.

Prior to joining ramarketing, Emma ran an international life sciences software company.

In 2019, Emma joined ramarketing as Managing Director to support the agency to scale by putting in place a solid and successful infrastructure for people development, client experience, commercial opportunities, and developing a strong leadership team. In 2022 Emma was promoted to CEO following private equity investment from NorthEdge.

Having been a board member of the Society of Clinical Data Management (SCDM) and taken the role of Conference Co-chair for its annual conference in the USA, Emma has developed a strong reputation across the industry. A seasoned conference speaker, Emma’s insights have been covered both nationally and internationally at Biofocus and Precision Medicine conferences in the UK and SCDM in both Europe and the US.

An advocate of both the life sciences sector and the North East of England, Emma is a Non-exec Director of Bionow, a life sciences membership organization. Through this work, Emma aims to foster a more joined-up bioscience community, as well as raising the profile of the North East as a biotech hub. Her willingness to dedicate time to developing the organization and sector is highly valued.

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