Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in

Kate Aldous joins Lansons as an associate director

She joins its healthcare team from Red Door Unlimited

Lansons Kate AldousUK-based communications consultancy Lansons has appointed Kate Aldous as an associate director in its healthcare team.

Aldous brings 11 years of health communications experience to the team, joining from Red Door Unlimited where she also served as an associate director.

During this time, Aldous was responsible for leading ethical and consumer healthcare campaigns for clients including Astellas, AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly, Novartis and Sanofi.

Prior to Red Door Unlimited she worked at Huntsworth Health, and was promoted from account executive to account manager in 2007.

Scott McKenzie, joint managing director and head of change and employee engagement at Lansons, said: “We've brought Kate into Larsons to help service the growing demand we're seeing in the healthcare space.

“We're doing a lot more work across the sector, but in particular projects based around business transformation, corporate reputation, innovation and brand.

“Kate is a wonderful consultant and her experience will be incredibly valuable as we continue to build our presence in a sector that faces many reputational and business challenges.”

24th May 2016

From: Marketing



Featured jobs

Subscribe to our email news alerts


Add my company
Genetic Digital

We help healthcare, pharma & medical device organisations use web and mobile technologies to effectively connect patients and healthcare professionals....

Latest intelligence

How to get rep buy-in for multi-channel
How do you manage a team who may be resistant to change?...
Blog: Digital therapeutics: within our reach?
Digital therapeutics is a hot topic right now. By using digital technology to manage, treat or even prevent chronic conditions, digital therapeutics is promising to revolutionise healthcare. But is this...
figure 1
The valuable brand
Creating value beyond the pill is both possible and increasingly necessary...