Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in
Email:
Password:

Loooped adds Alison Wheeler to management team

She joins the agency from Pfizer as an associate director

Loooped Alison WheelerLondon-based Loooped has appointed Alison Wheeler to its management team as an associate director.

Wheeler joins the strategy and creative-focused agency from Pfizer, where she most recently served as head of customer insight and multichannel communications.

She has nearly 20 years of experience in marketing, with over 10 of those with Pfizer where she held a number of increasingly senior roles, including European brand manager and pharmacy development team leader.

Andy Hayley, managing partner at Loooped, said: “I am over the moon we are able to announce Alison has come to work with us here.
“Alison's experience in a sector where customer experience is rapidly becoming a key differentiator is invaluable.

“I feel privileged such a rare talent has decided that her mission to raise the standards of customer experience across and beyond the industry aligns with ours.”

7th July 2016

From: Marketing

Share

Tags

COVID-19 Updates and Daily News

Featured jobs

PMHub

Add my company
claire@dovetailstrategies.com

About Dovetail We’re award-winning specialists in healthcare collaboration that makes patients’ lives better. Combining expertise with a passion for collaboration,...

Latest intelligence

The other side of … rheumatoid arthritis
For Georgie, patient activation fuelled her motivation to find life without pain. So when blood tests came back normal, she felt confident to pursue referral until RA was confirmed......
How to lessen site burden with a targeted patient recruitment strategy
Picture this: you’ve created your patient recruitment strategy and you find more and more patients are undertaking the pre-screening, you probably think – success! But then you find out, getting...
Peter Howarth
Exploring the potential of eosinophils
GSK’s Peter Howarth talks about the emerging research that suggests there is a varied role for eosinophils...

Infographics