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Young Achiever in Healthcare Communications

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Finalist

Gemma Taylor

Just:: Health Communications


Summary of work

Since joining Just:: Gemma has demonstrated drive, passion and an overwhelming commitment to making a difference.

In 2012, Gemma not only led three high-profile campaigns, which exceeded client expectations, but also designed a reinvigorated pro bono offer for the agency. This has already delivered significant value, both in up-skilling our not-for-profit partners, and also for Just::’s reputation as an agency that is known for having an innovative approach to campaigning. Across the whole communications mix, Gemma has made a demonstrable difference to both her clients and the agency. In the words of her Sanofi client, “Gemma is a real talent, and that should be appropriately recognised.”

Judges comments

Gemma has strong and varied experience and is clearly thoughtful, deliberate and very passionate about what she does. She demonstrated a good breadth of activity and history. She recognised where the gaps were and had the strength of character to push solutions through.


Winner

Julia Kendrick - Allergan


Finalists

Willoughby Badger - Chandler Chicco Agency

James Hadfield - inVentiv Medical Communications

Gemma Taylor - Just:: Health Communications

Sally Snow - Quintiles Communications

Sebastian Stokes - Red Door Communications


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Behind the Judging: Communiqué Awards

Behind the Judging: Communiqué Awards
Find out what the chair of judges Anna Korving, senior judges Sarah Matthew and Annabelle Sandeman and previous award winners Paul Tanner, 90TEN and Emma Reynolds, Cohn & Wolfe; have to say on how the judging process works, what the judges focus on, tips on what helps and what distracts within an entry and get insights into how previous winners have created that stand out submission.