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Trevor Aukim joins emotive as head of development

Agency's recent joiners also include LizzieNayman and Ana Mootoosamy

emotive Trevor AukimLondon-based healthcare digital and innovation agency emotive has made a raft of new appointments, among them Trevor Aukim who joins as head of development.

He has over 15 years global agency experience directing medical communications projects encompassing e-learning, health tracking applications and pharma focused online content.

Aukim spent five years as lead interactive developer for M&C Saatchi and spent time this year with Havas Worldwide and Burberry.

Also starting at emotive is Lizzie Nayman, who takes up a role as strategic group account director and joins the company from Aesop Agency, and senior medical writer Ana Mootoosamy.

Mootoosamy has over a decade of healthcare communication experience, working with agencies such as Cherry Advertising, CDM London and DDB Health.

emotive's other new starters are medical copywriter Serkan Ali, account manager Cecile Charrie and account executive Helen Moyes.

25th September 2015

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