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M3 appoints Simon Walker as director of education

In his new role he will lead the company's educational strategy

Simon WalkerM3 has appointed Simon Walker to lead its educational arm as it increases its multi-country med ed services.

Walker has 20 years of senior management experience in print, digital publishing and international education events within healthcare.

During this time he held senior sales positions with the British Medical Journal and in addition to this has also provided freelance consultancy services to agencies, pharmaceutical companies and publishers.

Walker said: “I’m very excited to join M3 - a company I have known well and have admired for some time now. It’s leading the field in medical networks and there is a real opportunity to help build on the vision to continue to change the world of medicine through technology.”

Prior to his new appointment, Walker was a business director at M3, whose channels include doctors.net.uk and Networks in Health.

M3 EU’s CEO Tim Ringrose said: “I’d like to welcome Simon as our Education Director, a key appointment for M3. He joins at an important stage of growth as we build and strengthen our educational offering. Simon’s understanding of the healthcare and education market will play a vital role in continuing our success in this field.”

21st September 2017

From: Marketing

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