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Publicis appoints Kipp Jarecke-Cheng as global comms chief

He joins the network from US digital design agency FOUR32C

Publicis Healthcare Communications Group (PHCG) Kipp Jarecke-ChengKipp Jarecke-Cheng has joined Publicis Healthcare Communications Group (PHCG) as global chief communications officer.

He moves to the network from US digital design agency FOUR32C, where he served as its director of marketing.

Prior to that he was director of global public relations and communications at Nurun, a digital design consultancy acquired by Publicis in 2014.

Jarecke-Cheng said: "Health communications is rooted in collaboration to create purpose-driven behaviour change. I am thrilled to join PHCG, one of the organizations at the forefront of health innovation and creativity that every day delivers meaningful solutions for its clients.”

In his new role Jarecke-Cheng will lead communications across the network's 15 agencies, which include Digitas Health LifeBrands, Langland and Publicis Health Media. He will report to PHCG's chief executive Nick Colucci and sit on the network's executive and operations committees.

Colucci said: "Kipp's diverse background in human-centered design, digital platforms, and strategic communications is well aligned to the direction and future of the group. I am excited to have him join PHCG's executive management team."

16th May 2016

From: Marketing

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