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Health4Brands makes trio of new appointments

Davide Maga returns to its London office and Natalie Saunders and Emma Marsh join

Health4Brands H4B London Davide Maga Natalie Saunders Emma Marsh 
Pictured from left: Natalie Saunders, Emma Marsh and Davide Maga

Health4Brands (H4B) London has made a trio of new appointments that see the agency welcome back Davide Maga as senior account director following a two-year transfer to H4B Chelsea in New York.

With over 10 years of healthcare advertising experience, Davide has been part of the Havas network for four years, having also worked in the company's Rome offices.

The London agency has also appointed Natalie Saunders as account manager and Emma Marsh as production and office administrator.

Saunders joins H4B London from  Frontera, where she was an account manager, and her healthcare advertising career to date also includes a stint at Cherry Advertising. During this time she has worked for the likes of Actavis, Mead Johnson, Colgate Palmolive and CliniMed.

New production and office administrator Marsh previously worked as a professional  photographer for Venture Photography and later as photographer and supervisor for global tourist photography company Magic Memories.

H4B London's general manager Gerry Crawford said: “As our business grows, we are always on the lookout for bright, talented individuals to join our team. With these hires, we are strengthening our offering to clients. We are particularly delighted to welcome Davide back to London following his time with our sister companies in the US and Europe.”

14th December 2015

From: Marketing

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