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Cuttsy + Cuttsy appoints healthcare education specialist

Clare Mariconda joins the agency from Sorted Food

Clare MaricondaHealthcare communications agency Cuttsy + Cuttsy has appointed Clare Mariconda as their new healthcare education specialist.

Her new role will see Mariconda work closely with the agency’s medical writers, creatives and the account team to deliver communication solutions for their international client base.

Caroline Benson, director of Cuttsy + Cuttsy, said: “Clare is a great asset to our growing team, allowing us to further develop our existing offering in the education and emotional intelligence space.

“Her expertise and experience dovetail perfectly with the skill set our current team and we are excited to apply her skills to start benefiting our clients, healthcare professionals and patients.”

Benson has previously worked with clients such as Android, Unilever, WWF and Co-op, and has expertise in branding, digital strategy and communications.

24th January 2018

From: Marketing

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