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Naish leaves Novo Nordisk for MHP

Health consultancy adds several hires

MHP Paul NaishHealth consultancy firm MHP has added several new hires at both mid- and senior levels.

Newcomers Paul Naish, Nick Hoile and Anthony Houlden join MHP “at a time of new project wins and international expansion” said the consultancy.

Naish (pictured right) joins as a director from pharma company Novo Nordisk, where he spent almost five years as a senior public affairs adviser in the company's global business division in Denmark. Prior to this he was a partner at Kissmann Langford Consulting, a UK-based strategic communication consultancy.

Account director Hoile joins MHP from Advocate, where he was a senior consultant. He previously worked for the Bow Group and National Voices.

New senior account manager Houlden was previously with the National Autistic Society, where he was policy and parliamentary officer. While there, he was seconded to the Department of Health, working on the department's mandate to NHS England. He has also worked at Mencap.

Two new associate directors, Tybee Kiejdan and Cristina Benson, have joined MHP's global health team, reporting to John Gisborne. The consultancy now has 27 health and social care communications specialists.

“MHP is winning the war for talent, sending a very clear signal to the market and stating our ambition to be a world class healthcare consulting group,” said head of MHP Health Global, Gisborne.

Owned by Engine, the UK's largest independent communications group, MHP has offices in London, Brussels, Edinburgh and Washington DC.

4th December 2013

From: Marketing



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