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PAN bolsters team with two hires and three promotions

New roles go to the creative agency's Natalie Enniks, Naumaan Mayet and Lawrence Clift

Vanessa and Stephanie join PANPAN has appointed Vanessa Hume as junior account executive and Stephanie de Silva as junior copywriter.

The UK-based creative agency has also promoted Natalie Enniks to senior account manager, Naumaan Mayet to account manager and Lawrence Clift to art director.

Vanessa (left in photo) joins PAN straight from university where she gained an MSc in Science, Technology, Medicine & Society from Imperial College, London. While there, Vanessa was a sub editor on the College's Science magazine – editing science content as well as contributing a number of articles.

Stephanie (right in photo) joins PAN from an internship at PS5 Consultants where she worked as a medical writer, contributing to the drafting of conference abstracts and posters; proof reading scientific abstracts, clinical reports and manuscripts; and processing data from laboratory reports. Stephanie has a degree in Biomedical Science from Reading University.

Jon Linscott, managing director of PAN, said: “We're delighted to welcome Vanessa and Stephanie to the PAN team – they have both passed their probation periods in their first full-time jobs with flying colours. In a short space of time they have proved their value to the team and we look forward to helping them develop their careers at PAN.”

PAN has also promoted three of its existing team – Natalie Enniks who joined in September 2010 as an account executive is now a senior account manager; Naumaan Mayet who also joined as an account executive in April 2011 becomes an account manager; and Lawrence Clift who started in the studio at PAN in 2005 is promoted to art director.

“While it's always a pleasure to welcome new members to the team, it's equally good to see established team members progress – Natalie, Naumaan and Lawrence are all key members of the PAN family and thoroughly deserve their new roles,” said Jon Linscott.

7th June 2013

From: Marketing

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