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Strategic North appoints head of consulting

Simon Campling joins the healthcare strategy agency

Strategic North Simon CamplingUK-based Strategic North has appointed Simon Campling as its new head of consulting.

Campling joins the healthcare brand-building agency from Consult SC, a healthcare sector consulting service, where he served as lead consultant from 2013 until May this year.

He brings over 20 years of experience in both consumer and pharma roles and has held a number of senior leadership roles at pharmaceutical organisations, including global marketing director for AstraZeneca.

Steve Padgett, partner and managing director at Strategic North, said: “As the Strategic North team continues to grow, we are delighted to have Simon on board to lead the consulting team; with a dedicated focus on building productive and collaborative relationships with our clients and providing strategic direction to their projects.”

20th May 2016

From: Marketing

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