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Ashfield team picks up Lilly sales award

Syndicated pharma sales team rewarded with supplier prize

Ashfield Commercial and Medical Services has received the Lilly Global Supplier award after being nominated by one of the pharma company's procurement departments.  

The outsourcing company's UK-based Discovery sales team were rewarded as a result of its activity, selling skills and healthcare professional feedback.  

The award was presented earlier this year at Lilly's corporate headquarters in Indianapolis, US and is one of eleven prizes presented each year as a result of nominations made by Lilly procurement departments across the world.  

It was collected by Mary Anne Greenberg, Ashfield's regional president for North America, and Tom Mitchell, project manager for the Discovery Team.

“The Discovery Team is representative of many of the teams in Ashfield where a culture of restless dissatisfaction leads to innovative approaches,” said Greenberg. “Tom and his team keep raising the bar year after year. We're very proud of the team.”

2nd July 2014

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