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Ipsos promotes Jackie Ilacqua to global head of syndicated services

Will retain role as president of global oncology

Ipsos Healthcare Jackie Ilacqua Ipsos Healthcare – the healthcare focused subsidiary of market research company Ipos – has added global head of syndicated services to Jackie Ilacqua's existing role as president of global oncology.

In her new combined position she will lead the company's syndicated and custom oncology business around the globe.

Ilacqua's promotion comes just over a year after she joined Ipsos Healthcare from Synovate Healthcare, where she was a senior vice president.

During her time as president of global oncology, she has grown Ipsos' Global Oncology Monitor from seven countries to 21, created a range of new products, and worked with major manufacturers of oncology medicines.

“Jackie brings to this combined role an impressive blend of market research knowledge, healthcare expertise and true strategic flair,” said Michael Spedding, CEO of Ipsos Healthcare.

“She is perfectly placed to lead the charge in adding value to existing services, and extending our portfolio to meet clients' changing needs.”

22nd April 2013

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