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Lilly UK reappoints Hanover for public affairs account

Med comms firm will also work with the pharma company on digital and corporate communications

Lilly HQ 

The UK arm of Eli Lilly & Company has reappointed Hanover Communications as its UK public affairs and corporate communications agency.

Hanover's London-based team, led by director Andrew Harrison, has held the account since 2010. The five-strong team re-pitched for Lilly UK's business in April. They were one of four agencies to pitch, Hanover told PMLiVE.

Harrison said: “Lilly UK has been a central and important client to Hanover for the past four years. 

“Their decision to stick with us highlights the strength of our integrated comms and policy approach. We're particularly excited to continue our work in the new political landscape. This is such a crucial time for the pharmaceutical industry as it navigates further NHS system change.”

Hanover's brief covers government affairs, public policy, digital and corporate communications. Harrison will continue to lead the account.

Article by
Tara Craig

27th August 2015

From: Marketing



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