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Networks in Health appoints international development manager

Alex Merckx joins from Diversey

Networks in Health Alex MerckxGlobal online physician network alliance Networks in Health has appointed Alex Merckx as international development manager.

In her new role she will manage the further development of the international alliance, and its communications services to pharma and agencies.

She will also manage the delivery of client programmes through the network, which is run by Doctors.net.uk.

Alex joins Networks in Health from Diversey, a multinational hygiene products company, where she was an international marketing manager.

Dr Tim Ringrose, CEO of Networks in Health, said: `We are delighted to welcome Alex to Networks in Health, where her extensive experience in international marketing and global strategy and product development will be a great asset to the team.”

Networks in Health was set up in 2011 to provide international digital communications services to healthcare companies and now also has close links with physician communities in the US, Japan, Korea, Canada and Australia, as well as Latin America and Russia.

30th April 2013

From: Sales, Healthcare

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