Novo Nordisk bets on Spain. The Danish pharmaceutical company has announced that it will create a technological and digital center in Madrid that will serve as the necessary support to support the rest of the activities that the company develops on a global scale, according to El Economista. This decision was made more than a year ago and it is expected that the operation will begin to materialize as soon as possible.
According to the same media, the firm has already incorporated 19 specialist professionals in the areas of data management and biostatistics for the development of clinical trials. Novo Nordisk has sixteen production plants spread across nine international capitals and ten research and development centers in five countries (China, Denmark, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States), which are expected to be joined by Spain soon.
Although 39% of the company’s employees are located in Denmark, the pharmaceutical company maintains a firm international commitment. In this segment, the company’s sales reached 24,070 million Danish crowns (€3. 23 million ) in the first quarter of 2023, which represents an increase of 9% compared to the same period of the previous year.
Currently, Novo Nordisk has ten research and development centers spread across five countries
In addition to this operation, Novo Nordisk announced yesterday the adhesion with the firm Forética, an organization dedicated to sustainability and corporate social responsibility in Spain. Rodrigo Gribble, general director and corporate vice president of Novo Nordisk in Spain, assured that “the company has been integrating an environmental approach in all its activities for decades and the incorporation of Forética represents another significant step in our commitment to continue promoting the path towards a sustainable future.”
The Danish pharmaceutical company increased its profit by 42.5% in the first half of 2023, reaching 39,242 million Danish crowns (€5.26 million). The firm has decided to increase its forecasts for the end of the year and predicts that its operating profit will grow between 31% and 37% compared to the same period of the previous year, compared to the development of 28 and 34% that it estimated in the last forecast.
In the first six months of the year, net sales reached 107,667 million Danish crowns (€14.45 million), 29% more than during the same period of the previous year. Specifically, Novo Nordisk has announced that the increase has been a consequence, mainly, of the growth in sales of Wegovy, which, reaching a turnover of 12,081 million Danish crowns (€1.62 million), has more than quadrupled compared to the latest results.
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