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Incite strengthens its healthcare team

Emily Peasgood joins agency as principal

Emily Peasgood has been appointed by Incite to bolster the agency's healthcare division.

She joins the agency from Ipsos Health, where she was managing director, leading a team of 18 healthcare researchers.

“The pharmaceutical research industry is changing fast. Now, we don't only provide market research but work as health consultants advising clients on how to use insights within their business. Emily's appointment will help Incite lead that change,” said Sarah Phillips, director of health, Incite.

Peasgood has experience with both quantitative and qualitative research, while working with numerous global pharmaceutical companies. Prior to Ipsos, she worked at Research International and Synergy Health Research.

Roger Banks, managing director, Incite, said: “Sarah only started our health practice in March 2012, and it has been extremely successful. A senior appointment like Emily's demonstrates the success of the business and our commitment to its future growth”.

29th October 2012

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