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DDB Remedy, Cuttsy + Cuttsy and Cello win agency workplace awards

Havas London and Wordbird also among winners

Communications industry publication Campaign has released its annual Best Places to Work list, and a number of healthcare agencies made it on to the list.

London, UK-based DDB Remedy ranked 14th out of 50 and healthcare communications agency Cuttsy + Cuttsy also made it into the top 20, ranking 18th.

DDB Remedy's managing partners, Hazel Soanes and Tracey Brader, said: “We are absolutely proud and delighted to rank 14th in the Campaign Best Places to work, the highest ranked healthcare agency. Our people, including our lovely clients, and our culture are critical to the success of the agency, and the entire team here work hard to make DDB Remedy a great place to work.

Tracey Hazel

L-R: Tracey Brader and Hazel Soanes

"Shaping a fabulous culture has been a priority across the agency over the last few years, so we will definitely be celebrating this accolade,” they added.

The results were calculated using the findings of a survey conducted in 2018, and included an in-depth review of the agency and an anonymous questionnaire filled out by every employee.

Cuttsy + Cuttsy's Co-Founder Mathew Cutts (pictured below) said: "It seems a long time ago since I was at art school and we used to go off to the library to seek out the A3 size Campaign magazine to find out the latest industry news. Now, sitting at my desk, the company we have built over the last eight years is hitting the virtual magazine headlines for being one of the best agencies to work for. I am absolutely thrilled to be in the top 20."

Matthew Cutts

Healthcare communications agency Wordbird also made the list, ranking 41st, and Havas London also claimed a spot, ranking 46th in the list.

In other news, Cello Health was recently recognised in the Sunday Times best companies to work for in 2019, and it was the only healthcare company to make the list.

Jane Shirley (pictured below), CEO Cello Health Europe said, “We’re thrilled to have been included in the Best Companies to work for list. This reflects the priority that we’ve given to listening to our employees and understanding how we can continue to foster a collaborative spirit and create an environment where we can be bold in our thinking and approach for our clients.

Jane Shirley

“A critical part of gaining this recognition is an in-depth survey completed by employees and we’re delighted that so many at Cello Health not only took the time to complete the survey but were so positive in their feedback. Ensuring that we remain a great place to work and building on the progress we’ve made so far will continue to be a key focus for all of us here.”

26th March 2019

From: Marketing



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