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Good Relations appoints Louise Veale to consumer health team

She joins as an associate director and will report to Kelly Blaney
Louise Veale

UK-based PR and digital consultancy Good Relations has appointed Louise Veale to its healthcare team.

She joins the agency, which is part of the Chime group, following a four-year spell working as a freelance health and wellbeing communications consultant.

In her new role as associate director at Good Relations Veale will oversee a number of consumer health accounts and report to healthcare director Kelly Blaney.

Kelly Blaney said: “We are delighted that Louise has joined. She brings a fantastic breadth and depth of consumer health experience to Good Relations, which is a rapidly expanding area for us.”

Veale is a biochemist by training and has over 15 years' experience in consumer health, working with clients such as Reckitt Benckiser, Pfizer Consumer Health and Johnson & Johnson McNeil Consumer Healthcare.

1st May 2015

From: Marketing

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