Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in
Email:
Password:

Huntsworth reshuffle sees Nitrogen and Tonic join its Evoke Group

The agencies will continue under current leaders Jon Clark and Maryellen Royle

Huntsworth HealthHuntsworth Health has combined its Nitrogen Health and Tonic Life Communications agencies with its larger grouping the Evoke Group.

The two agencies will continue under current leaders Jon Clark and Maryellen Royle and their addition will expand Evoke’s geographical reach.

Reid Connolly, chief executive officer of the Evoke Group, said: “In a dynamic global and digital world, we’ve seen the measurable impact of first understanding and then reaching HCPs and consumers where they live with vital health information that is engaging and meaningful.

“We are particularly enthusiastic about what we are doing here because all of our agencies are unique, growth-oriented, talent-driven companies.”

Nitrogen Health, a digital brand development agency headquartered in London, will extend the group’s global presence, continuing to win and service clients under Clark’s leadership.

Meanwhile, Tonic Life Communications brings global public relations, stakeholder engagement expertise and will strengthen its social media and influencer marketing business to the group.

Tonic has offices based in Both the US and EU and will continue to be led by Royle.

Huntsworth Health’s Evoke Group was established in 2015 as a platform to grow Evoke Health and to launch new agency brands.

To date, the group has launched three new agencies - Firsthand, Traverse and Fabric.

Article by
Gemma Jones

4th January 2018

From: Marketing

Share

Tags

COVID-19 Updates and Daily News

Featured jobs

PMHub

Add my company
Graphite

Graphite is a digital agency which partners with globally respected pharma and healthcare organisations to create powerful digital experiences. We...

Latest intelligence

The Patient Will See You Now – The Evolution of the Doctor-Patient Relationship
The doctor-patient relationship is an ever changing one that changes as society changes. Technology then helps to drive this change along with a wide number of other factors....
Mind the Gap – Challenging Immunisation Apathy and Misinformation
world, the biggest challenges remain apathy and misinformation. Since a measles vaccine was introduced in the UK in 1968, Public Health England estimates that 20 million measles cases and 4,500...
Towards Better HCP Engagement – An Email Masterclass
6% of HCPs prefer being contacted by email, compared to 17% who favour the second most popular option: direct interaction with reps....