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emotive boosts its client services team

Agency appoints four new starters

emotive new hires

Healthcare communications agency emotive has strengthened its client services team following new business wins and a ‘successful’ first half of 2017.

Joining as a senior account director, Andy Parry has 9 years’ experience in healthcare communications and has worked on global brands in CNS, infectious diseases, respiratory and rare disease.

Fay Lepley also joins the agency as an account executive and has had experience working in PR and healthcare communications across several therapy areas including cardiovascular, diabetes and HIV.

Additionally, the agency has appointed Oliver Morrissey as its senior account executive following PR and healthcare communications experience in immuno-oncology, CVD and medical devices.

Completing the new team line-up, Sabrina Mohamed has been appointed as account executive after working in healthcare PR, specifically on measurement and social listening in various therapy areas including diabetes and CNS.

Lizzie Nayman, client services director at emotive, said: “We are delighted to welcome Andy, Fay, Oliver and Sabrina to the emotive family, where we have no doubt they will help us continue to provide the very highest levels of service to both our new and existing clients.”

8th August 2017

From: Marketing

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