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Clark Health wins Small Consultancy of the Year

Communiqué judges praised the agency as ‘authentic’ and ‘trustworthy’

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London, UK-based communications agency Clark Health Communications won the Small Consultancy of the Year prize at last night’s Communiqué Awards 2017.

The independent agency saw 74% growth last year - adding four new hires to its team of seven - and delivered a business success rate of 60% leading to fresh opportunities.

Commenting on the Clark Health Communications win, the Communiqué judges said: “Clark Health are an authentic, trustworthy agency with an excellent reputation. They have achieved a great deal for a small agency and presented as a smart, very cohesive unit.

“They have a clear vision and strategy with a strong array of work and excellent results.”

The agency saw off competition from Cambridge, UK-based Acteon, healthcare communications agency Makara Health and digital healthcare consultancy Search Unlimited to pick up the award.

Jeremy Clark, founder and managing director, said: “We are delighted to be named Communiqué Small Consultancy of the Year for 2017.

“To have our efforts rewarded in this way is true recognition that our approach to communications brings to our clients a high level of service. This enables us to deliver for their business and ultimately improve healthcare and make a change for patients.”

Run by PMLiVE's publisher the PMGroup, the Communiqué Awards recognise and reward outstanding work in healthcare communications across local, European and international markets.

* See all the 2017 Communiqué Awards results

Article by
Gemma Jones

7th July 2017

From: Marketing

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