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GK Strategy appoints head of health and social care

Andrew Nye joins the public affairs consultancy

GK Strategy Andrew NyePublic affairs consultancy GK Strategy has appointed Andrew Nye to the newly-created position of head of health and social care.

Nye will be responsible for overseeing GK's health practice and developing the team's strategic counsel offering for pharmaceutical clients navigating market access.

He brings 20 years of public affairs and communications expertise to the role, joining from Novartis where he spent the last five years as its senior corporate affairs manager.

Nye has also worked for local and central government as well as charities, serving as head of communications at Islington Council and chair of mental health charity Umbrella.

Emily Wallace, chief executive of GK Strategy, said: “Andrew joins GK at an exciting time for the business which has doubled in size over the last two years.

“He will head up a new health and social care practice at GK, servicing a varied client base generating nearly £1m of revenue.”

9th November 2016

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