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dna names Neil Flash as UK MD

Comms veteran leaves Huntsworth Health
Neil Flash, dna medical communications

Neil Flash has left his role at Huntsworth Health to join dna Medical Communications as managing director of its UK team.

Flash spent five years at communications group Hunstworth Health, including four years as managing director of its Tonic Life Communications business in the UK and, most recently, one year as managing director for European integration.

In his new role he will assume UK responsibility for the day-to-day running of dna, which is part of the Interpublic Group.

Mike Rinaldo, dna's general manager, said the agency would benefit from Flash's rich experience in medical communications, which also includes senior roles at Virgo Health and Cohn & Wolfe.

“His experience and knowledge in medical communications, together with his business skills and medical communications insight, will be a great asset as dna moves forward,” said Rinaldo.

Flash commented on his ambitions for dna in the UK: “I look forward to further differentiating our offering to have both strategically-relevant innovation and a clear value proposition at its core.”

27th February 2014

From: Marketing

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