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Kantar Health promotes Graeme Jacombs to managing director, APMEA

He will be responsible for regional strategy, local business planning and client support across the region

Kanter Health Graeme JacombsKantar Health has promoted Graeme Jacombs to managing director of the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (APMEA) region.

He has been with Kantar Health and its legacy companies serving in a variety of roles across this region since 1993, most recently as the market research and consultancy firm's deputy managing director, APMEA.

In his new role, Jacombs will be responsible for Kantar Health's regional strategy, local business planning and client support in Asia, Australia/New Zealand, India, the Middle East and Africa.

“I am so pleased to appoint Graeme as managing director, APMEA. He has been instrumental in building Kantar Health in this dynamic region,” said Lynnette Cooke, Kantar Health global CEO.

“Graeme's 20 years of experience in Asia Pacific and across a wealth of therapeutic areas provide him with the unique ability to act as trusted adviser to clients. He has proven experience when it comes to providing clients with global reach and strong local insight.”

11th September 2012

From: Sales, Marketing

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