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Cognite strengthens team with two new additions

Storm Beadle and Ines Mastrolia join the agency

StormCognite, a strategy and communications agency, has bolstered its team with the addition of Storm Beadle, who joins the group as its senior account manager.

Lee Hurley, executive director at Cognite, said: “We are delighted to welcome Storm to Cognite.

“She has demonstrated real drive and talent across a wide range of disease areas including oncology, MS, diabetes and Alzheimer’s, making her ideally suited to help build successful breakthrough science brands.”

Ines MastroliaAlongside Beadle, Ines Mastrolia (pictured left) also joins the agency as its senior art director following experience in art direction and design.

Malcom Badger, creative director at Cognite, said: “Equally comfortable in print or digital, Ines has a passion for connecting brands to their intended audiences and brings a great mix of flair and skills to her work, attributes which we believe will really benefit our clients and their brands.”

3rd April 2018

From: Marketing

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