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Zyme Communications strengthens team

Appoints Dr Michelle Ricketts and Lily Jeffery

Life science focussed PR and marketing agency Zyme Communications has appointed two new hires to join their team following an office relocation to Cambridge Innovation Park.

Dr Michelle Ricketts joins the agency as an account manager following several years’ life science communication experience working on press releases, marketing, branding, advertising, event management and social media.

Prior to Zyme, Ricketts served Axol Bioscience as its science marketing specialist and content writer and has previously worked as a research at the Institute of Cancer Research and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.

The agency has also appointed Lily Jeffery as its account executive after gaining a degree in Biomedical Science from Newcastle University.

Lorna Cuddon, managing director of Zyme Communications, said: “As we continue to grow our international client base, the move to the Innovation Park will allow us to further expand our capacity and service offerings.

“I’m pleased to welcome these talented team members and look forward to working with them to deliver exciting and leading-edge communications programmes for the companies we support.”

9th August 2017

From: Marketing

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