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Synergy Vision expands UK and Ireland team

Sharon Hurley has experience at Pfizer

Synergy Vision Sharon HurleySynergy Vision has named Sharon Hurley as account director for its UK and Ireland business.

Hurley is a former Pfizer employee, where she served as market access/regional customer manager in Ireland.

She has 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and market access within the pharma industry in the region.

“Her appointment reinforces our commitment to delivering commercial insight and high-quality service to our clients,” said Sorcha Ferris, managing director for Synergy Vision's regional office in Ireland.

Synergy Vision was founded by Ffyona Dawber in 2007. Its accolades in that time include placing as a finalist in the Medical Education Consultancy of the Year category at the 2013 Communiqué Awards.

In addition to her time at Pfizer, Hurley has experience as sales director at Nightline Logistics Group, field sales manager at Elan and medical communications director at L'Oreal.

23rd October 2013

From: Sales, Marketing

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