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Ashley Communications looks to the future

Agency appoints one, promotes one with expansion in mind

Roxanne-Brazier-Ashley-CommunicationsUK-based medical communications agency Ashley Communications has made two changes to its team, with an eye to future expansion.

Roxanne Brazier (pictured) has been promoted to senior account manager. Having joined the company four years ago as account executive, Brazier will now head up key accounts at national and international levels.

New to the team is Leigh Hoang, who joins as account executive. Hoang brings with her significant scientific knowledge, holding a PhD and a BsC in pharmacology, and with research experience that includes a stint in Pfizer's Sandwich Laboratories.

“We are delighted that we are able to recognise Roxanne's continued contribution to the agency and to be able to attract a talented individual such as Leigh, who will no doubt ably support the account directors”, said managing director Penny Clarke.

Established in 1996, Ashley Communications provides a director level only communications service.

2nd August 2013

From: Marketing

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