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emotive hires Stephen Dunn

New client services director joins from Daiichi Sankyo UK
Stephen Dunn, emotive

Stephen Dunn has joined the healthcare marketing agency emotive as client services director.

Dunn, most recently multichannel lead at Daiichi Sankyo UK, and a former healthcare director at Brandcast Health, will lead the healthcare and digital agency's client services team.

With more than 17 years' experience in healthcare sales and marketing, Dunn has led commercial teams in both agencies and pharmaceutical companies across a number of therapeutic areas.

Dunn has particular expertise in the field of multichannel marketing and communication. His skills cross the full spectrum of digital strategy and customer relationship management (CRM).

These skills, combined with his passion for engaging customers via innovative digital and social channels, make Dunn an exciting addition to the emotive team, the agency said.

“We are confident that Stephen's addition to the team will allow us to further build on our core ethos of digital and innovation delivered with exceptional client service,” said emotive managing director Chris Edmonds.

London-based emotive is dedicated solely to healthcare. Campaigns include the MyAsthma patient support programme and Red Lounge, a bespoke social media platform designed to facilitate internal discussion.

13th May 2014

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