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Synergy Vision bolsters UK presence

Opens new office in West Sussex

Synergy VisionLondon, UK-based medical communications agency Synergy Vision has expanded its UK presence with the opening of a new office.

Based in Worthing, West Sussex, the new office has been established to support the agency in providing strategic medical communications for its pharmaceutical clients across local, European and international markets.

Driven by the agency’s plans for growth and expansion, the new office opening will ensure that the agency is fully equipped to service its portfolio of accounts.

Commenting on the news, Ffyona Dawber, founder and global chief executive officer of Synergy Vision, said: “The new office will allow us to recruit experienced staff from outside London and we expect that it, like our other global offices, will grow in line with our company vision.”

Becoming the fourth office opening for the agency, Synergy Vision has other bases in in Dublin Ireland, and Sydney, Australia.

The Worthing office will primarily work with the London-based team to support the creation and execution of projects for Synergy Vision’s client base.

Article by
Gemma Jones

5th June 2018

From: Marketing

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