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Virgo makes consumer health changes

Natasha Weeks and Rebecca Rhodes to lead division
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Virgo has promoted Natasha Weeks to director of its consumer health and wellbeing division alongside Rebecca Rhodes.

Weeks (pictured left), a long-standing employee of Virgo, was formerly associate director at the division, while Rhodes (pictured right) is also global executive creative director at Virgo – a role she will continue in addition to her new responsibilities.

Virgo's joint CEO Angie Wiles says: “Natasha and Rebecca's complementary skills and experience ensure we have the absolute 'best of both' in our consumer division.

“Together they are responsible for transforming and diversifying the work we do for consumer health and wellbeing brands. They are a creative, strategic force to be reckoned with.”

Virgo's consumer health division is one of Virgo's fastest growing area, reporting growth of 40% in 2014., with clients include Durex, Nurofen and Meda Pharma.

21st November 2014

From: Marketing, Healthcare

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