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AXON picks Andrew Martello to lead new Brighton office

He joins the healthcare comms agency from Sciterion

Andrew MartelloHealthcare speciality communications agency Axon has appointed Andrew Martello to head up its new office based in Brighton, UK.

Martello, a behavioural science strategist with expertise in health- and medicines-related behaviour, will provide clients with a deeper understanding of patient and healthcare professional perspectives.

He said: “A rigorous understanding and application of behavioural science will enable AXON teams to help our clients improve health outcomes through a deeper understanding of factors that drive behaviours.

“I’m delighted to join a growing organisation that embraces this vision and to lead an expanding team.”

Martello’s career has seen him serve in various positions for GlaxoSmithKline, Abbott Laboratories and Sandoz, and work agency-side at Sciterion and Spoonful of Sugar.

Emma Kenny, partner at AXON, said: “We continue to go from strength to strength, and our ongoing growth comes down to the people we hire.

“Andrew’s expertise in behavioural science will support AXON as we continue to develop an even more robust offering in healthcare communications, including public relations and medical communications.”

21st February 2018

From: Marketing

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