Graham Myatt joins PA Consulting as partner

17 August 2021 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Graham Myatt, a product development and innovation expert, has joined PA Consulting as a partner in the firm’s health and life science practice. He is based in Richmond, Virginia.

Myatt, who brings more than 25 years of experience developing and launching new products and services for large blue chip companies, will work with PA’s US health and life sciences clients on concept creation, technology discovery, business model evaluation, prototyping, scale-up, and launch.

Myatt has been awarded 17 patents for products where he had a critical role and which have gone on to produce more than $3.5 billion in sales.

He most recently spent two years at Cambridge Design Partnership, a technology and product design consultancy, where he was North America business development leader. Before that, he spent five years at Pfizer as global research fellow, focusing on building a healthy innovation pipeline.

Graham Myatt joins PA Consulting as partner

Prior to Pfizer, Myatt spent more than 15 years at Procter & Gamble, where he served as principal scientist. He served as a project, technical, and formulation lead focusing on delivering products to market in the consumer healthcare and beauty care categories.

Myatt holds a PhD and BS in chemistry from The University of Manchester.

George Botsakos, global lead for health and life sciences at PA Consulting, said: “We are thrilled to have Graham join the team. His innovative mindset and strong track record developing and launching new products further strengthens our unique end-to-end innovation offering.”

Myatt added, “I am excited to work with PA’s US health and life sciences clients to understand and explore how digitally enabled products and connected devices and services can enhance the user experience as well as enable new opportunities for innovation.”

Headquartered in London, PA Consulting’s 3,300 global experts help clients across industries tackle challenges in strategy and operations, digital transformation, and product design and engineering, among other areas.

The firm earlier this month hired Boston-based Melanie Turieo as a partner and head of health & life sciences product development.