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Senior healthcare marketer joins Cello Health Consulting  

Robert Stringer brings 20 years’ marketing experience to the role

Robert Stringer CelloSpecialist healthcare strategic marketing consultancy Cello Health Consulting has appointed senior marketing professional Robert Stringer as its new senior consultant.

Stringer brings 20 years' marketing experience, including roles as strategic marketing director at IMS Health; director, marketing and sales operations at NextPharma Technologies; and as a business strategy consultant at Moorfields Eye Hospital.

With particular areas of expertise including international marketing strategy, cross-functional leadership and proposition development, Stringer says he is passionate about unifying stakeholders and optimising assets to maximise commercial impact.

Jon Bircher, CEO of Cello Health Consulting, said: “We are delighted to see Rob joining our growing team and believe his deep marketing expertise and experience will add huge value for us and for our clients.”


8th June 2015

From: Marketing

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