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Health4Brands appoints Roy Robertson

Commsagency's London office also adds Chris Bryan, Damian Martinez and Ed Kiernan

Health4Brands H4B Roy RobertsonHealth4Brands (H4B) has appointed Roy Robertson as creative services manager at its London office as its UK team expands.

Robertson has 30 years of marketing experience, having worked as studio manager and creative services director in consumer advertising and medical communications, the latter including a decade at Pan Unlimited.

Also joining H4B in London are Chris Bryan, Damian Martinez and Ed Kiernan. Bryan has been appointed as a senior creative and brings 18 years of industry experience to his role with medical communications experience gained at agencies including Havas Life Medicom.

Martinez joins as H4B as a digital designer with agency and client-side experience that includes a stint with Publicis Life Brands Resolute.

Finally Kiernan, joins H4B's client services operations as an account manager. He has more than nine years' experience in the healthcare industry and has worked at agencies such as Spoonful of Sugar, Frontera London and Sudler & Hennessey.

15th October 2015

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