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Ashley Communications appoints Sarah Savage as director

She moves to the agency from WCG London

edit-Sarah_Savage_Ashely_CommsSarah Savage has been appointed as director at medical communications firm Ashley Communications.

Savage has been working in healthcare communications, specialising in medical education, for over 17 years. She joins from WCG London where she held the position of managing director of the pharma and medical education team.

Prior to this, she worked as Ogilvy 4D and Ogilvy Healthworld for 12 years, working her way through the ranks to become acting head of practice of Ogilvy 4D. During the past three years she held the combined role of business director and GBM regional business driver for the Ogilvy Healthworld group.

A company spokesman said: “Sarah has built a reputation in the industry for outstanding client service, strategic input and new business success, and is very much looking forward to contributing to the growth and excellent reputation of Ashley Communications.”

15th October 2014

From: Marketing

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