Thriva Announces Expert Advisory Board Amidst B2B Growth

February 6th, 2023

Thriva has announced the formation of an advisory board to guide its B2B growth strategy. The company has named Baroness Nicola Blackwood as Chair of the advisory board, who previously served as the minister for health and social care at the Department of Health. She is currently Chair of Oxford University Innovation.

Other notable members include Pam Garside, the first female chair of the Cambridge Angels Network and a former head of policy at NHS England; Richard Mills, Walgreens Boots Alliance's chief strategy officer; and Lord James O'Shaughnessy, leading UK policy advisor.

The creation of the Advisory Board is part of Thriva’s strategy to further develop its B2B offering as it continues to grow revenues over the next two years, deepening Thriva’s role as a trusted healthcare advisor to consumers and organisations in the UK.

The first meeting of the Advisory Board, together with board members and management, was held in London on December 8th, 2022.

"At Thriva, we acknowledge the invaluable relationships we share with our customers and hope that the advisory board will serve as an open forum for learning, sharing and growing amongst peers," said Thriva CEO and co-founder Hamish Grierson. "We are thrilled to be working with some of the brightest and most innovative minds in their respective industries. The advisory board will allow us to come together to have their voices be heard at the forefront of our business and for us to learn and become our best brand for customer needs."