SciBite Japan moves into new Tokyo premises to accommodate growth plans

SciBite continues to expand as Japan team move into a new, larger office space in the heart of Tokyo in the brand-new Marunouchi Nijubashi Building.

SciBite Japan

We’re very pleased to announce that our SciBite team in Japan have moved into a larger office space in central Tokyo. Having launched operations in Japan back in 2016, we have outgrown our previous office space in Marunouchi Trust Tower, and SciBite Japan now resides in the brand-new Marunouchi Nijubashi Building, overlooking the Emperors palace.

The move is timely with the arrival of our newest SciBite employee Patrick Rummler. We’re delighted to welcome Patrick onboard as Technical Sales Manager. Originally from Germany, Patrick has spent much of his career in Japan within technical roles. Patrick will be supporting our General Manager in Japan, John Bolger, who has lived and worked in Japan within the pharmaceutical industry for over twenty years.

With our customer base growing well in Japan, currently including the largest pharmaceutical company in Asia and one of the top 20 pharma in the world, Takeda, we’re excited to welcome our customers to the new office.

If you’re in the central Tokyo area or passing by, please feel free to pop in and say hi to the team!

New SciBite Japan address: SciBite Limited, Level 2, Marunouchi Nijubashi Building 2-2, Marunouchi 3-chrome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005, Japan

SciBite Japan team

The SciBite Japan team in new Tokyo office

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