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Hanover hires associate director

Richard Sloggett joins from MHP Health
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London- and Brussels-based consultancy Hanover has appointed Richard Sloggett as associate director.

Sloggett will provide strategic advice and support to Hanover's clients across the healthcare provider, pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors.

Formerly with MHP Health, where he spent four years working with the agency's healthcare clients, Sloggett, has eight years' experience in political communications and public affairs. He began his career working for Philip Hammond MP, the then Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.

“We are delighted to welcome Richard to the healthcare team,” said Andrew Harrison, director of global healthcare at Hanover.

“His extensive knowledge and experience working across the healthcare sector not only strengthens our offer for clients but also reinforces Hanover's reputation for attracting the best health experts working in agency.”

Hanover was founded in 1998. It provides integrated programmes across communications, market access, policy and public affairs for the healthcare market, among others. Clients include Lilly, MSD and BMI Healthcare.

12th August 2014

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