Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in
Email:
Password:

Pegasus strengthens its Pharma and Life Sciences division

Appoints three new team members to join its Northern base

Pegasus, an Ashfield company, has appointed a trio of new team members to join its pharma and life sciences division based in Macclesfield, UK.

Kesha Tansey joins the team from within Ashfield as an account director, a role that will see her lead integrated communications programmes.

She is joined by newly appointed senior account executive Trystan George, who moves from The Scott Partnership and Bill Johnson, who arrived from Langland as an account executive.

Jo Spadaccino, board director and head of pharma and life sciences, Pegasus, said: “Our Macclesfield office was only launched in the spring, but our unique proposition is already attracting fantastic candidates from around the north-west.

“I’m really looking forward to working with Kesha, Trystan and Billy, along with our existing Macclesfield team members, who continue shaping the direction of our new hub.”

Earlier this year, Pegasus scooped an award for ‘Excellence In Integrated Product/Brand Communications at the 2017 Communiqué awards.

5th September 2017

From: Marketing

Share

Tags

PMEA Awards 2020

COVID-19 Updates and Daily News

Featured jobs

PMHub

Add my company
certain health

Transforming the way health brands and companies communicate, we deliver creative science led, insight-driven solutions that give award winning results...

Latest intelligence

Oh no… not more training
Paul Hutchings, founder of fox&cat, discusses ways to help your team manage pressure in a more human, pressure-centric and engaging way...
InSite Events™ National Pharma Meeting: A Customer Story
How our client leveraged Impetus Digital’s white-glove service, 360° coverage and care, and award-winning InSite Events™ platform to successfully transfer their annual national meeting online....
Fear or encouragement, which is best to drive behaviour change?
The communications industry depends on fear of the perceived loss of something, in order to create the hope found in a product benefit. But, if if left too long unchecked,...

Infographics