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WA Health wins Merck account

Communications agency will drive Merck’s UK reach

WA HealthLondon-based comms agency WA Health has been appointed by Merck to support its UK corporate affairs operations.

The firm, the specialist healthcare arm of WA Communications, will also be working with the healthcare company’s neurology, immunology and oncology franchises within its biopharma division.

Jenny Ousbey, head of WA Health, said: “We are incredibly proud to be working with Merck to raise their profile at such a crucial time in UK politics and healthcare.

“We will be promoting Merck’s role in the UK’s life sciences, R&D, manufacturing and healthcare sectors through a series of activities and engagement - aimed at highlighting the company’s incredibly heritage, diversity and innovation.”

The communications group’s corporate brief will see it work across Merck’s biopharma, consumer health, and life sciences divisions.

Munira Wilson, corporate affairs director, Merck, said: “We are delighted to have the WA team on-board. WA are helping us to ensure we are talking to the right people and forging partnerships that enable us to tell the full Merck UK story to new and existing audiences.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

16th August 2017

From: Marketing

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