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Sue Neilen moves to Virgo Health from Langland

She becomes head of communications

Virgo Health Sue NeilenRichmond-based Virgo Health has appointed Sue Neilen as head of communications.

Neilen brings corporate communications strategy and reputation management expertise to the role, having moved to the agency from specialist health advertising agency Langland where she recently served as head of corporate communications.

Prior to this Neilen was a copywriter for Saatchi & Saatchi in Geneva, Switzerland, working with clients including Merck, Novartis, The Red Cross and the World Health Organization.

Ondine Whittington, managing director of Virgo Health, said: “We are thrilled to have Sue on board as her broad expertise and experience will be invaluable to our clients.”

Neilen said: “Virgo has a mighty reputation as an agency that puts people at its heart where they be clients, patients or employees.

“I'm looking forward to developing the diverse work of the communications division, helping our clients build their corporate and employer reputations while navigating industry and business challenges.”

15th June 2016

From: Marketing

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