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Firstlight appoints three new directors

Grant Fisher, Sam Bevans and Anna Price are all promoted

Sam Bevans, Grant Fisher and Anna PriceHealthcare, corporate and technology communications agency Firstlight has made three senior promotions as the agency expands.

Grant Fisher (middle) from the group’s healthcare team, alongside Sam Bevans (left) and Anna Price (right) from the corporate team have all been appointed as directors.

Pat Pearson, managing director, Healthcare, at Firstlight, said: “These promotions are a mark of our ambition and how far the business has come.

“All three joined Firstlight having excelled in leading agencies, Sam from Blue Rubicon, Anna from Cohn and Wolfe and Grant from Ruder Finn.

“The difference they are now making for Firstlight clients has resulted in 100% retention in the last 12 months and within the agency, their leadership has contributed to us being placed 16th in Great Places to Work.

“We’re incredibly excited about the potential of this team.”

10th October 2017

From: Marketing

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