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Red Door Unlimited promotes Andrew Thomas

He takes up the role of deputy managing director

Red Door Unlimited Andrew ThomasRed Door Unlimited has promoted Andrew Thomas to deputy managing director.

Thomas joined the Richmond, UK-based healthcare consultancy in 2012 as an international director and will continue to report to managing director Catherine Devaney in his new role.

Devaney said: “Andrew is a talented communications consultant, who effectively combines his agency and in-house experience to counsel clients and coach the team at Red Door.

“This is an important promotion for the agency as it continues to strengthen our senior team.”

Prior to joining Red Door, Thomas served as EU media relations team leader at Pfizer Communications between 2010 and 2012, originally joining as associate director, communications in 2009.

He has also held managerial positions at Cohn and Wolfe, Lowe Fusion and Shire Health International. 

7th April 2016

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