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Eric Hansen takes the helm at PAN

He replaces Jon Linscott as MD at the UK creative agency

edit_Eric_HansenPAN has appointed Eric Hansen as its new managing director to take over from Jon Linscott who left the Creston Health agency at the end of July.

Hansen, who has been MD of Ogilvy Healthworld and CDM London, most recently led Creston's medical education agency ROCK.

He said: “I am delighted to be taking over as MD of PAN at this exciting time in the company's development. We have had a number of new faces joining the agency recently with a wealth of experience in healthcare advertising which will help us continue to deliver influential creative campaigns that are measurably effective.”

In his new role he will lead Richmond, UK-based PAN's board of directors, made up of creative director Arron O'Hare, strategic brand planning director Julia Straker and director Sarah Verhoeff, and report in to Creston Health CEO Catherine Warne.

She said: “I am delighted to announce Eric's appointment as managing director of PAN. Not only is he an experienced MD with an outstanding background in health advertising, but he is also an established and well respected member of the senior Creston Health team having led ROCK for the past two years.”

18th September 2014

From: Marketing

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