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STEM Healthcare bolsters its EU5 team

Adds four new hires to support growth across the region

Enrique Cruz JentoftSTEM Healthcare - formerly STEM Marketing - has made a number of senior appointments across its EU5 team to sustain growth and underpin its operational excellence across the region.

Enrique Cruz-Jentoft (pictured right) has joined the agency as its general manager for Spain following pharmaceutical industry experience gained from serving Abbott, Shire and MSD.

Francoise GiraudFrancoise Giraud (pictured left) also joins as a general manager but for its French region.

Prior to joining STEM, Giraud worked for GSK and Novartis France as business unit director for specialist brands as well as European Marketing Manager and various other marketing roles for Bayer and Boehriner Ingelheim.

Jo TromanMeanwhile, Joanna Troman (pictured left) moves to STEM as a project director following 10 years as Sanofi Pasteur MSD in a number of roles across marketing, strategic planning and market research.

Alongside Troman, Adam Boucher (pictured left) joins STEM as a project director following 17 years’ experience within UK and international healthcare roles for Bristol-Myers Squibb and Novo Nordisk.

Adam BoucherHe joins STEM from his most recent role as a director at Emotive, a healthcare communications agency where he worked with a range of pharmaceutical clients.

Jason Brown, president of EU5, STEM, said: “I’m delighted to welcome such high calibre professionals with deep experience from across the pharmaceutical industry.

“Their appointments reflect the continued demand for our services across the EU5.”

27th November 2017

From: Marketing

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