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Blue Latitude Health bolsters team with seven new hires

Expands the agency’s creative, consultancy and accounts divisions

Blue Latitude Philippa BarrattLondon healthcare communications agency Blue Latitude Health has made seven new appointments across its creative, consultancy, accounts and in-house teams.

Philippa Barratt (pictured right) has been appointed as a healthcare copywriter, joining the agency's creative department from McCann London where she worked as a copywriter since 2014.

She also brings experience in public relations and healthcare advertising having held accounts and consultancy roles at Ogilvy Healthworld and Chandler Chicco Agency, respectively.

Victoria Morton joins Blue Latitude Health as an account executive, tasked with ensuring the agency's strategy and creative execution align across the brand's accounts.

Morton previously worked as an account coordinator for Packer Forbes Communications, a specialist healthcare consultancy based in Chelsea, London.

Blue Latitude Dorottya OkrasMeanwhile, Dorottya Okros (pictured left) and Frances Peters have been appointed to Blue Latitude Health's consultancy team as associate consultants.

Okros brings over ten years of experience in marketing to the role, most recently as junior international brand manager at Gedeon Richter, a Hungarian pharmaceuticals firm.

Peters joins from RS Sailing, a marine retail business, where she served as a marketing executive and helped to deliver the company's marketing strategy.

Finally, Eva Van der Borght (picture below), Moses Mukisa and Beth Hope have been appointed to the agency's in-house team.

Van der Borght becomes marketing and business development assistant at the health communications firm, tasked with identifying new business opportunities and managing its social media channels.

Blue Latitude Eva van der BorghtPrior to joining Blue Latitude Health, Van der Borght served as an analyst at Iris Concise, a London-based management consulting company.

Mukisa takes on the role of finance and administrative assistant, bringing banking and administration experience from Clariden Leu AG, Marfin Laiki Bank and the Flemish government.

And Hope becomes a talent and administrative assistant responsible for assisting with the firm's training, recruitment and HR. She moves to the agency from etc.venues, bringing experience in events management.

28th April 2016

From: Marketing

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