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Claire Hay joins UK creative agency Cherry

Movesto the London agency from PAN Unlimited

Cherry Advertising Claire HayLondon-based creative agency Cherry has appointed Claire Hay as associate director.

She joins the company from PAN Unlimited, where she spent six years as an associate director, and prior to that had a three-year stint at Publicis Life Brands.

In her new role at Cherry she joins the agency's senior management team and will have leadership responsibility for a number of clients, including Novo Nordisk and Sanofi Pasteur MSD.

Cherry said Hay would also be tasked with playing a role in the agency's new business efforts and communicating its healthcare expertise.

Managing director John Goundry said: “We're delighted to welcome Claire to the Cherry team; she comes from a strong agency background, bringing with her a wealth of brand development experience which will further enhance our offer for both existing and new clients.”

3rd July 2015

From: Marketing

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