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Cognite bolsters creative and account teams

David Sartain and Cassandra Johnson join the agency

Cognite David SartainHealthcare strategy and communications agency Cognite has appointed David Sartain as its new senior art director.

Sartain (pictured right) has 18 years of advertising experience from a number of industries - including pharmaceuticals - and rejoins Cognite after moving to Cuttsy and Cuttsy in 2015 to serve as its senior art director and studio manager.

He previously served as art director at Cognite, studio manager at MJL Advertising, and creative artworker at Roundhouse HealthAd.

Malcolm Badger, Cognite's creative director, said: “Dave's creativity and design flair across multimedia, together with his strong work ethic and team orientation make him a fantastic addition.”

Cognite Cassandra JohnsonMeanwhile, Cassandra Johnson (pictured left) joins Cognite as an account director, based out of the agency's new Soho office in London, UK.

She most recently served as a senior account manager at Cherry Advertising, having first joined the marketing and advertising firm as an account manager in 2013.

Prior to this, Johnson held the position of senior account executive at Cline Davis & Mann, project executive at MGP, and assistant project manager at OnMedica.

Lee Hurley, executive director at Cognite, said: “Cassie brings real drive and hunger to the role, exactly what we need to deliver our exceptional standards of client service and take advantage of the great growth opportunities by our clients' breakthrough science brands.”

13th February 2017

From: Marketing

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