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A good place to begin is by reviewing our Current Needs and more broadly, our key consumer healthcare focus areas.

It also helps to provide some information, including:

  • A concise description of your innovation, including its unique benefits compared to existing solutions that are already in the market
  • The results of any testing you’ve done (safety, consumer, efficacy, etc)
  • A copy of your patent and detailed illustrations and photos, if applicable

Lastly, please do not submit any confidential information as GSK will be unable to review your submission.

While we do have Current Needs that align with our current strategic priorities, we’re open to other opportunities as well.

We’re always looking for breakthrough innovations of all sorts that can fit our consumer healthcare business and its key focus areas. If you feel your innovation is related to, but not an exact fit, for these categories, we invite you to contact us for more information.

We do ask that any idea you submit have some substantive support behind it, including the following (at a minimum):

  • Patent Protection, if your submission does not match one of our Current Needs
  • A description explaining the benefits of your innovation, its target market and how it differs from what is already on the market
  • Some basic testing/data that support your innovation’s viability (eg, efficacy, safety, consumer interest, etc)
  • If applicable, a prototype or technical drawings

Please do not submit any confidential information as GSK will be unable to review your submission.

GSK uses your information only to communicate with you about your submission. We do not use your information for any other purpose.

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide specific reasons for each submission we do not pursue. Some of the most common reasons include:

  • You’ve submitted confidential information which we are unable to review
  • Your idea does not match our current business needs or priorities
  • Your idea is too similar to something we are already working on