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Saatchi & Saatchi expands team

Includes two new associate creative directors
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Creative agency Saatchi & Saatchi Health has added to its team with several new appointments.

The new hires include two associate creative directors, Paul Foster and Marc Greener.

Foster was most recently creative director at Sudler & Hennessy in Milan while Greener was former Saatchi & Saatchi Health's head of copy. He has been with the agency for three years.

The appointments follow the recent hire of Alix Critchley as head of strategy, while the accounts team has also expanded with James Selvey joining as senior account executive, Natalie Enniks as account director and Rebecca Thompson as account executive.

Sam Petyan is promoted to group account director from his role as senior account director and Borzou Farahani is named new resource manager across of Publicis Healthcare Communications Group, the parent group of Saatchi & Saatchi Health.

Raakhee Thompson, general manager of the agency, said: “I believe that in this business, your people are your biggest asset, and so I am thrilled to have such talent in the team.

“This year has been about building integrated, behaviour changing experiences across health and wellness and our growth is a result of that strategy.”

7th November 2014

From: Marketing

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