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Ashfield Healthcare Communications expands UK and Ireland presence

Opens new offices in Dublin and Glasgow

Ashfield Healthcare CommunicationsAshfield Healthcare Communications has expanded its presence in the UK and Ireland in a move partly driven by the desire to target new talent.

The global healthcare communications agency said new offices in Dublin and Glasgow were also fueled by its strong recent growth.

Richard Lawrence, executive director at Ashfield Healthcare Communications, said: “The expansion to Dublin is an incredible opportunity for the company.

“We have been able to relocate staff to their vibrant home city and the move has meant that our remote workers already living in Ireland have a local hub to connect with our growing team of talented individuals.”

The new Dublin office will be a new base for staff from Ashfield Ireland and its parent company UDG Healthcare.

Meanwhile, the new Glasgow office follows a doubling in the size of Ashfield’s Scottish operations after a series of business wins and multiple new hires.

Viv Adshead, president at Ashfield Healthcare Communications, said: “Following the success we have enjoyed in Glasgow, drawing on the great talent in the city, it makes sense to continue to build our team there.

“In addition, we have established a team in Dublin and we are extremely proud to be at the forefront of global healthcare communications in Ireland.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

11th May 2017

From: Marketing

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