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AXON announces new roles for senior team members

Emma Kenny, Andy Grigg and Emma Lemon take on new responsibilities

Emma KennyUK-based medical communications agency AXON has handed a trio of its senior staffers new roles and responsibilities.

Emma Kenny (pictured right) is taking on a new leadership role within the agency that will see her focus on the diversification of the client base, establishing hiring practices and expanding the firm’s capabilities.

Andrew GriggTaking over from Kenny to lead AXON’s medical communications stream is Andy Grigg (pictured left) who joined the firm in mid-2016 as a director.

Meanwhile, Emma Lemon (pictured right) has also been promoted to director and will also join AXON's leadership team.

Emma LemonAXON’s managing partner Miranda Dini said: “Since joining AXON, both Andy and Emma Lemon have established themselves as pillars within the agency, and I am confident they will both continue to build and strengthen their relationships with their clients and team members in these new roles.

“The new roles for all three of these directors exemplify AXON’s commitment to continuing to invest and provide new career opportunities for our team even at the most senior levels.”

15th March 2017

From: Marketing

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