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Boehringer Ingelheim's John Pugh set for move to Accenture

Will take up London-based role in theconsultants' digital department

John Pugh Accenture Boehringer IngelheimBoehringer Ingelheim's global innovation team leader John Pugh is leaving the German pharmaceutical company at the end of this month to join Accenture.

He will take up a London-based role as a senior manger in its Interactive Digital Life Sciences department and report to Accenture Interactive's managing director Mark Prince.

Pugh spent 13 years at Boehringer, initially joining its UK affiliate as a new media producer and rising to communications manager.

In 2008 he moved to the company's headquarters in Ingelheim to lead its global innovation team in a position that saw him manage a team of 10 communications professionals.

During this time Pugh was responsible for setting up and operating the company's acclaimed social media strategy.

He also created the Facebook game Syrum, won two PM Society awards - in Digital Media and as Digital Pioneer, and picked up an eyeforpharma Digital Innovator award.

Pugh, who was most recently working on implementing a global SEO strategy for Boehringer, will start at Accenture on 24 September.

21st August 2015

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