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Eveo lands in London

Eveo's UK presence to be led by Cheslea Goodman
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Digital healthcare marketing agency Eveo has decided this time is right to establish a physical presence in London.

The New York-based has been working with clients with global needs since its 1999 launch, and already has a team devoted to European markets.

“Europe is a natural extension for Eveo to allow us to better support our growing roster of global engagements,” said founder and CEO Olivier Zitoun.

“We look forward to further serving and supporting our long-standing global clients as well as introducing our innovative digital services to the pharmaceutical sector across Europe.”   

Cheslea Goodman, vice president and group account director at Eveo, will lead the London team and oversee the growing operation. Goodman – whose expertise ranges from strategy development to multi-channel campaign management and execution – previously headed Eveo's New York office.

Goodman has worked in interactive development for top-tier advertising agencies, including OgilvyOne Worldwide, Publicis Modem and Heartbeat Digital. She has also developed programmes for the likes of Wyeth, Sanofi, Lilly, Amgen, and Novartis.  

Another key member of the Eveo London team is Colin Wheeler, vice president and business development director, who joins Eveo from marketing communications company M2 Worldwide, whose London office he established in 2011.

Eveo Communication Group is a full-service digital healthcare marketing communication agency rooted in innovation and technology, ranked by Advertising Age as the number 1 Independent Digital Healthcare Agency in the US for three years in a row.

“Eveo's best-in-class digital solutions are very well-suited for the European market, especially in the areas of mobile for healthcare professionals and patients,” said Goodman.  

14th November 2013

From: Marketing



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