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Cello Health Communications strengthens its European efforts

Firm re-brands its communication offerings

CHCello Health Communications has rebranded its European communication services to align, expand and offer clients collaboration and deliver creative solutions.

The iS Health sub-division will now consist of Cello iScience and Cello Health MedErgy while Teddington is now Cello Health Cypher.

The Farnham, UK-based group offers access to medical writers, project management experts, creatives, digital specialists, policy experts and event planners to ensure clients “seamless support across all stages of a product’s lifecycle”.

Isaac Batley, chief operation officer at Cello Health Communications, Europe, said: “This is an exciting time for Cello Health Communications and our commitment to the pursuit of better.

“The alignment of our specialist services enables us to make a meaningful difference to healthcare professionals and the lives of their patients.”

Cello Health Communications is one of three sectors compromising of global marketing research and customer insight division Cello Health Insight and strategic consultancy division Cello Health Consulting.

Article by
Gemma Jones

18th May 2017

From: Marketing

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