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Creation Healthcare appoints client advocate and chief evangelist

Suzanna Gamwell and Will Moore join the healthcare marketing firm

Creation Healthcare Suzanna GamwellLondon-based online market research consultancy Creation Healthcare has expanded its team with the appointment of Suzanna Gamwell as client advocate and Will Moore as chief evangelist.

In her newly-created role, Gamwell (pictured right) will function as healthcare and pharmaceutical clients' ambassador within the company working to coordinate and drive campaign expectations and outcomes.

She joins the consultancy from Kent County Council where she served most recently as communications account manager, overseeing communication campaigns across the UK and Europe.

Meanwhile, Moore (pictured below) joins Creation Healthcare as chief evangelist with a remit to create new business opportunities and position the company for future growth.

Creation Healthcare Will MooreMoore brings experience from technology PR firm Clarity PR, where he was head of digital before a promotion to communications director. He was most recently at Faber Ventures, an internet early-stage VC, where he served as head of marketing and communications.

Moore will implement storytelling deliverables and creative content in order to present Creation Healthcare's portfolio to prospective clients and drive the company's focus on technological innovation.

1st February 2016

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