LaingBuisson has been serving clients for over 30 years with market, policy and strategy insights, data and analysis across healthcare and social care. We are the chosen provider of independent sector healthcare market data to the UK Government's Office for National Statistics and work globally with providers, commissioners, payors, manufacturers, investors, regulators and advisors. We help our clients to understand their markets, make informed decisions and deliver better outcomes through market intelligence, consulting and data solutions.
Our Business Model
Our consultants execute strategy and management consulting projects for clients, author our market reports, contribute to our journals and are content leads for our conferences. Supported by our research and data teams and with access to our extensive proprietary data and data collection capabilities, this means they are subject matter experts, often with an extensive network of CEO level relationships, enabling them to quickly and cost effectively add value.
Stephen was a Member of Parliament for 36 years serving as Secretary of State for Health from 1995 to 1997 and the first elected chair of the House of Commons Health Committee between 2010 and 2014, and also acted as a senior adviser to KPMG supporting the Global Health and Public Sector practice.
He has an MA in Law from the University of Oxford.
Henry was an investment banker for nearly 20 years, advising healthcare companies across Europe. He started his career as a lawyer with Linklaters in London, New York and Washington before moving into banking with Rothschild, UBS Investment Bank and Jefferies, where he was Joint Head of European Healthcare Investment Banking.
He has an MA in Law from the University of Oxford.
Before founding LaingBuisson in 1976, William worked for the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry and the Office of Health Economics where he was Deputy Director.
He has a BSc Econ from the London School of Economics.
Charlotte was a solicitor for 17 years and a partner focussed on corporate and personal tax at Speechly Bircham, now Charles Russell Speechly.
She has a MA in Modern History from the University of Oxford.
Keith started his career in pharmaceutical sales with Smithkline Beecham before moving into hospital marketing with AMI Healthcare (now part of BMI Healthcare). He then focussed on digital marketing and the internet with entrepreneurial roles building businesses at Acumen Solutions, em:seven communications and Intuition Communication, now LaingBuisson International.
Heidi was previously the Business Manager supporting the Chief Executive Officer of the Alzheimer’s Society. Prior to that Heidi served as Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Jonathan Evans MP and was Deputy Director of Research, Tribal plc and a researcher at Veredus, the resourcing division of Capita plc.
She has BA (Hons) in Italian and French (First Class) from the University of Reading, and a Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Justin spent a decade as a business journalist on a variety of UK titles specialising in news and feature writing focused on social affairs and local authority matters. He joined LaingBuisson in 2005 as editor of what is now Care Markets before taking on the role of Chief Operating Officer in 2011 and his current role in 2016.
He has an BA (Hons) in English from Queen Mary College (University of London).
Sarah started her career in website development and account management with the specialist healthcare digital media agency Acumen Solutions, before moving to an Associate Director role at em:seven, a communication agency specialising in e-media and events within the healthcare sector. She joined what is now LaingBuisson International in 2011 after running her own consulting firm and spending 7 years in Spain in property development
Neil is also a co-founder and Director of Karma Applied Science, a specialist data science and healthcare software house. In addition, he has been a supporter for many years of the Trinity Hospice and Brian House charities which give compassionate end of life care.
LaingBuisson is all about people. We are committed to finding, training and growing the the most talented employees. We're an equal opportunities employer and all qualified applicants will be considered for employment without reference to race, colour, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, nationality or disability.
LaingBuisson’s well-read business news magazines Care Markets and Healthcare Markets are interested in meeting freelance writers and journalists with experience of writing on the healthcare sector.
LaingBuissons’ news publications cover a wide range of sub-sectors within the business environments of independent social care and acute care, from reporting on political and legislative change to analysing end of year accounts to interviewing CEOs and COOs of the major market players.
If you could be a valuable addition to our team of writers please contact us with samples of your work and to request a sample copy of our titles.
In the first instance please contact Justin Merritt, Publishing Director on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in working at LaingBuisson but there are no vacancies listed above which match your skills and interests, please send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com outlining the kind of work you would be interested in and we will contact you when a suitable position arises.
William Laing founds the company