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Takeda appoints UK & Ireland digital lead

Marc Weeks takes up the newly-established role

Takeda UK & Ireland has appointed Marc Weeks to the newly-created position of digital lead.

In his new role, Weeks will be responsible for enhancing Takeda's digital solutions operations through the creation of innovative projects to serve the needs of patients, customers and employees.

Weeks moves to Takeda from Shire, where he most recently served as associate director of digital communications and engagement.

Prior to joining Shire in 2008 as an online communications specialist, Weeks served as an internal communications manager at London Heathrow Airport during the build of Terminal 5.

Kruti Popat, business intelligence director at Takeda, said: “I am delighted to announce this exciting new appointment. With rich previous experience working on digital pharmaceutical projects, Marc will fill a knowledge gap at Takeda UK that is instrumental to the company achieving its aim of proving better health and a brighter future through innovation.”

31st October 2016

From: Marketing

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