Pulsus strengthens ties in Europe

Pulsus CEO Dr Srinubabu Gedela (second from left) with the Belgium delegation in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad: Looking at the potential European nations including Germany, Spain, Netherlands, France and Portugal have, Hyderabad-based Pulsus Group is expanding its scientific research and publication activities to the continent apart from the Asia Pacific, Middle East and America.

To establish its operations into these new markets, Pulsus inked a mutual partnership agreement with 25 scientific and healthcare societies.

The latest institutions to sign deals are Polish Society of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, European Biotechnology Thematic Network Association, World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies, International Society for Ceramics in Medicine, Thalassaemia International Federation and World Association of Integrated Medicine and Switch Biotech Association.

Dr. Srinubabu Gedela, CEO of Pulsus said “By such partnership with societies, Pulsus Group is inclined to increase scientific compliance by creating networks, coordinating with peers and mutual cooperation.”

“This expansion will create another 1,000 jobs in Hyderabad to provide the backend Knowledge Process Outsource (KPO) support services from our Hyderabad SEZ Units,” he added.
Recently, Belgium High Commission team along with Trade and Investment Commissioner Jean François Aernouts visited Pulsus office at Hyderabad to sign an arrangement to establish a Pulsus centre in Belgium. The centre will have around 20 staff who will carry out financial and administrative activities in the European region. The centre will be functional by July this year.

“It’s a good change, established European Union countries also visiting Indian companies to establish their offices in their countries, Dr Srinubabu added.

Pulsus and its subsidiaries plan 3,000 global annual events in 40 countries for 2018. These conferences are likely to attract over 50 million visitors, more than 25,000 unique visitors per conference and over 75,000 page views for every individual conference.

Pulsus meetings also provide an opportunity to the nursing practitioners to publish their abstract and full-length articles in their respective journals. With attendees drawn from around the globe, researchers, scholars, students and the industry could benefit from demonstrations; workshops, symposiums, and exhibitions that facilitate information exchange meeting the current and potential practitioners, and product promotion.

Pulsus Groups is a health informatics and healthcare services company. Headquartered in Singapore, Pulsus employs over 5,000 professionals across its offices in London, Chennai, Gurgaon, and Hyderabad. Pulsus and its associated companies had been disseminating scientific information on healthcare through open access with the help of 50,000 scientists as editorial board members. The Group is able to grow from 10 journals in 2009 to 1,000 peer-reviewed journals by 2017 with an increased reader base of 50 million. Pulsus partnered group ConferenceSeries.com also hosts over 3,000 global annual meetings in 40 countries.