FMG relocates to Cambridge, expands European operations

Following dramatic growth in 2014, Future Materials Group (FMG) will open new office in DACH region and has hired two new analysts to focus on market size and forecasting models.

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Future Materials Group (FMG, Cambridge, UK), strategic growth advisers to the advanced composite materials and high value manufacturing sectors, saw dramatic growth in 2014 and will continue to invest in building its research and analysis capabilities and in strengthening its presence in key strategic regions throughout 2015.

To facilitate these growth plans, FMG recently moved into new UK offices on the Chesterford Research Park in Cambridge, a globally renowned center for science and technology.

FMG has already established a presence in Japan and this year, as part of its overall global strategy, the company is planning to strengthen its presence in other strategic regions. The first stage of this expansion will be in the DACH (Germany/Austria/Switzerland) area with the opening of offices planned for later this year.

FMG has also recruited two new analysts to join its Research and Analysis team. Dr. Clarice Chung joins FMG as Research and Analysis Principal and will focus on developing market size models, data analytics and forecasting, and benchmarking analysis. Clarice holds a PhD in Biomechanics and an MSc in Bioengineering from Imperial College, London, and previously served as a Senior Analyst for Energy Insights with McKinsey & Co.

Dr Myriam Yagoubi, an Oxford University graduate, joins FMG as Research Analyst with a primary role to develop benchmarking analysis, market size and forecasting models. She also supports FMG's client projects with company research and market entry strategies. Myriam holds a PhD in Organic Chemistry and was previously a Researcher and Project Manager for Infineum UK.