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Jon Linscott joins Havas Life Medicom

He joins as senior director from PAN
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Jon Linscott has left his role as managing director at advertising agency PAN to join Havas Life Medicom as senior director.

Linscott spent more than ten years at UK-based PAN, and had served as managing director since February 2012. His former role has been taken over by Eric Hansen, formerly of Rock medical education.

In his new role Linscott will further grow and develop the 40-strong creative, design and digital teams at Havas Life Medicom, a finalist in several categories at the upcoming PMEA.

In addition to his time at PAN, Linscott's career includes spells at Torre Lazur McCann and LPB Advertising.

Gaynor Hayburn, group managing director of Havas Life Medicom said: "We're delighted that Jon's joined our team. His proven track record in marketing, business development and creative leadership will help us continue to lead the way in healthcare creativity and design on a global scale.”

14th October 2014

From: Marketing

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