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Sudler & Hennessey - Johannesburg office

Sudler & Hennessey has expanded its global presence with the addition of the Sherwood Sudler & Hennessey office in Johannesburg

Sudler & Hennessey has expanded its global presence with the addition of the Sherwood Sudler & Hennessey office in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Sudler & Hennessey has partnered with Martin Sherwood, a long-term healthcare industry veteran, to establish a new, innovative healthcare agency in Johannesburg. Sherwood Sudler & Hennessey will serve as a hub to deliver advertising and promotional needs for pharmaceutical and healthcare agencies in the greater South Africa region. 

Martin Sherwood's expertise brings a full complement of market development services including creative execution, and innovative thinking, plus a specialised focus on high-level strategy.

Max Jackson, president of S&H EMEA said: "We are delighted Martin Sherwood has joined the S&H network. The Johannesburg market is an attractive one, as there is a lack of healthcare agencies in the area and this office will allow pharmaceutical and healthcare companies to finally deliver a high level of strategy to both the professional and consumer audiences.

"Together with the global excellence of S&H, we will now be able to provide healthcare solutions to the South Africa region that, up to this point, has been lacking."

9th December 2009

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