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Kantar Health promotes Jade Cusick to chief client officer

Cusick will head the firm’s new global client consulting group

edit-Kantar-Jade-Cusick-Hi-ResHealthcare consulting company Kantar Health has promoted Jade Cusick to chief client officer.

Cusick will head Kantar Health's new global client consulting group, which will strive to further boost the client experiences across business units around the world.

Lynnette Cooke, global CEO of Kantar Health, said: “Jade is a collaborative and inspirational leader, and I'm excited to have him lead our client consulting group in raising the bar even higher with our clients.

“We have such a broad offer and a deep set of expertise. With Jade at the helm, every engagement will be supported by the best team of experts, and our clients will receive unsurpassed commercial and scientific insights.”

In his new role, Cusick will oversee regional and global consulting teams and liaise with other Kantar and WPP operating companies with the aim of developing joint strategies to drive revenue and growth.

Cusick joined Kantar Health in 2001 and was previously chief client officer of the firm's Americas business unit.

12th June 2015

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