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Liberation promotes Danielle Smith to account director

And Vicky Smith moves up to account executive

Liberation Vicky Smith Danielle SmithLiberation Communications has promoted two of its staff, moving Danielle Smith (pictured right) to account director and Vicky Smith to account executive.

Danielle joins the Richmond, UK-based medical comms agency in 2010 and has worked on medical education and PR campaigns in a range of clinical areas including cardiology, oncology and women's health.

Meanwhile, Vicky joined Liberation last year and in her new role will continue to work across a range of therapeutic areas including men's health, rheumatoid arthritis and eye health.

Kim Lemon, associate director at Liberation, said: “Danielle and Vicky have both made significant contributions to Liberation, each demonstrating their commitment to delivering high quality work for our clients. We are delighted to announce these two well-deserved promotions and look forward to working with Danielle and Vicky on many future ventures.”

Liberation was named Small Consultancy of the Year at the 2014 Communiqué awards following a year in which it was acquired by Creston Health and achieved a 14.7 per cent increase in revenue and 100 per cent client and staff retention rate.

7th August 2014

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