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Hanover Health picks up a trio of new accounts

Adds Cambridge Medical Robotics, OMRON and Consultant Connect to its client roster

HanoverHanover Health has won three accounts, business that follows hot on the heels of its award as EMEA’s Healthcare Agency of the Year from the SABRE Awards.

Its new clients include Cambridge Medical Robotics (CMR) - a British start-up designed to ‘revolutionise’ the world of surgical robotics - and Patrick Pordage, head of marketing at CMR, said: “Hanover were the unanimous choice to represent CMR following a competitive pitch.

“We were impressed at the detailed nature of their insight and the creativity of their proposals.”

Meanwhile the London, UK-based communications group has also been confirmed as agency of record for blood pressure monitoring firm OMRON Healthcare and Consultant Connect - an Oxford-based group that has developed a dedicated phone line and app connecting GPs surgeries and local specialists.

Andrew Harrison, managing director at Hanover Health, said: “We have intentionally sought to diversify our client-mix, ensuring we work with a broad spectrum of organisations - pharma, medical devices, not-for-profit and consumer health companies.

“We are delighted that such exciting companies have chosen to work with Hanover to deliver campaigns that are both creative and credible.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

15th June 2017

From: Marketing

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