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EFPIA hires director of European affairs

Elizabeth Kuiper will join trade body on May 1
EFPIA_Elizabeth-Kuiper

The appointment, according to the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA), is part of ongoing efforts to improve the organisation's service to EU-level policymakers and better represent its members.

Kuiper is currently an attachée at the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU, where she represents the Netherlands in EU negotiations in the field of health, pharmaceuticals and medical devices.

Previously an adviser to the Dutch minister of health, welfare and sports, Kuiper has an MA in Dutch language and literature from the University of Utrecht.

Kuiper's arrival at EFPIA will be closely followed by that of recently appointed communications director Liam English, who joins from Lilly.

He will be responsible for developing EFPIA's communications strategy and overseeing the organisation's reputation management.

27th March 2014

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