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The Creative Floor reveal finalists, Lucid’s Louise Verrall hosts pitch session and Star celebrates 16 years

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The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards reveal finalists

Now in its fifth year, the Creative Floor Healthcare Awards has revealed this year’s finalists after receiving entries from the USA, the EU, Australia, Japan, India, the Philippines and the Middle East.

Hamell, Havas Life Medicom, Publicis LifeBrands and Syneos Health are just a few named finalists.

GSK, Area23, and McCann Health London also made the cut.

Shaheed Peera, Founder said: “A big thank you to everyone who supports the awards. Together we’re continuing to raise the industries creative standards and contributing to our very special Talent and Diversity Fund. The fund will continue to help underprivileged people find careers in creative agencies.

“This year has been a complete blood bath with not a lot of work making it through this far. I’d like to offer my sincerest congratulations to all the Finalists. The award show will be an amazing opportunity to celebrate all the brilliant work.”

The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards ceremony will be held on 1 November in London, UK.


Lucid’s ‘Thirsty Thursday’ pitch session

Lucid

Lucid Group’s new internal offering centred on pitching last week, and was hosted by the agency’s managing director Louise Verrall.

The session involved a discussion around what makes a perfect pitch with the key takeaway of creating magic to deliver tangible and compelling results.

The agency said: “When our clients approach us with an RFP, we must think about their core needs. They want us to provide insights and to find solutions to their challenges – and that’s what we provide them with, along with a touch of Lucid magic.”


Star reaches milestone

UK-based pharmaceutical outsourcing group Star has turned 16 following new leadership appointments this year along with a rebrand.

Managing Director, Dave Faulkner, said: “I’ve spent time over the last few days with both Tim and Lucy - the founders of Star - and the values and spirit they instilled within the business remain in our DNA as we mark our 16th birthday.

“We continue to grow and develop a pace with now over 350 employees in the Star family across the UK, Ireland, and into Europe. It’s a privilege for me and the leadership team to continue to take our Star business forward.”

The company was acquired by Uniphar back in 2015, allowing for a greater multi-channel capability and access to data and analytics services.

Head of Business Development, Ryan Wooller, said: “It’s great to celebrate 16 years of delivering impact for our clients! Star is an exciting place to be at the moment as we continue to develop our services and approach”.

Article by
Gemma Jones

5th September 2018

From: Marketing

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