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COUCH names Jenny McParland as account executive

She is a recent neuroscience graduate

Couch Jenny McParlandHealthcare communications and customer experience agency COUCH has appointed Jenny McParland as an account executive.

McParland is a recent neuroscience graduate from the University of Manchester and has experience in science and communications through tutoring and public events.

Ash Rishi, COUCH's managing director, said: “We are proud to welcome Jenny to our team and excited to introduce her to our range of healthcare accounts. Jenny will be providing support to the team at every level and will be an asset for not only COUCH but for other clients too.”

McParland's keen interest in marketing, advertising and her scientific background deemed her ideal for the role.

The latest recruit follows the company's recent move to Manchester from London, as the company continues to grow with a number of new accounts on board.

12th January 2015

From: Marketing

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