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Eli Lilly appoints Liam English for ACE region

Liam English is to join Eli Lilly & Company as an associate director for the Australian, Canadian and European (ACE) region

Eli Lilly has recruited Liam English, formerly the deputy director of communications and the head of media relations at HM Treasury and the cabinet office, as part of its public relations team to cover the Australian, Canadian and European (ACE) region.

The appointment follows a review of Lilly's communications and policy team in its ACE office, situated in Brussels.

English will be managed by Stuart Hurst, senior director, European government affairs and communications advocacy ACE, and Jeffrey A Winton, vice-president, global communications.

English will be accompanied by policy and communications manager Femke Beumer, who also joined Lilly recently.

In his government role, English led pan-departmental campaigns including a promotional campaign on best practice procurement. Prior to this he worked for BBC TV licensing and in the BBC corporate press office specialising in public and community relations.

As reported in PR Week, Hurst said: "We have just undergone a strategic reorganisation of the Brussels' public affairs and comms office to best place us for the years ahead. The new, dedicated team represents a cadre of expertise that will help shape the organisation's journey across the region."

1st June 2011

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