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Simon Pickup joins Concentric Health Experience London

Takes up managing director role at the healthcare advertising agency

Concentric Health Experience Simon PickupConcentric Health Experience has appointed Simon Pickup to be the new managing director of its London office.

He joins the healthcare advertising agency from Publicis Life Brands - London, where he was general manager, and prior to that he served at Grey Healthcare as its European head of digital.

Pickup said: “Concentric are very much a solutions-based, modern agency. This, along with their entrepreneurial spirit and drive convinced me to be part of the team.

“I feel excited and inspired to be working towards our shared vision of moving healthcare brands from disruption to desire.”

He brings more than 21 years of healthcare experience to his new role at Concentric, including a decade spent within pharma at Lilly where he held a number of sales, marketing commercial and operational roles.

16th March 2017

From: Marketing

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