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Emotive hires junior planner

Georgie Burrows strengthens strategic planning team
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The digital communications agency emotive has added graduate Georgie Burrows to its strategic planning team.

Burrows has a degree in neuroscience from King's College, London. She joins emotive directly from university, bringing “excellent written communication and experience in digital impact evaluation”, said the agency.

As part of the planning team, Burrows will report to technical director Andy Hastie.

She will be responsible for scientific and product research related to clients and ongoing projects and for keeping abreast with developments in digital communications.  Burrows will also be expected to highlight new technologies with the potential to meet clients' objectives.

“The expansion of the team signals our continued focus on high-quality and scientifically accurate solutions for our pharma clients,” said the agency in a statement.

Burrows' appointment brings staff numbers at emotive to 18, but the agency is growing rapidly and has three open positions for developers, strategic planner Adam Goodband told PMLiVE.

15th July 2014

From: Marketing

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