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emotive MD joins Executive Committee of PM Society

Following his election as a member of the PM Society Committee last year, emotive’s MD Chris Edmonds has now been appointed onto its Executive Committee.



Following his election as a member of the PM Society Committee last year, emotive’s MD Chris Edmonds has now been appointed onto its Executive Committee.

With a healthcare professional background and a thirteen-year career delivering innovation and excellence for life sciences clients, Chris’ appointment to the PM Society Executive Committee reflects the wealth of knowledge, experience and industry insight he has gained in the dynamic field of healthcare education and communications. As well as leading the emotive. team, Chris is also a non-Executive Director of a leading medical training business, the Chairman of a specialist medical publisher and events company and a Governor of his local Grammar School.

Commenting on his new appointment, Chris said “I am lucky enough to have an amazingly talented and dedicated team at emotive. who enable me to have the time to be involved in activities outside of our core agency services. The PM Society strives to promote excellence, education and recognition within the healthcare and life sciences industries. Our emotive values fit clearly with these and I am delighted to join the Executive Committee where I can take an even more proactive role in setting the Society’s goals and ensuring we continue to achieve them.”

Co-chair, Rachel Farrow remarked “We are very pleased to have Chris joining us on the Society’s core leadership team. With his knowledge and experience of the industry we are certain he will make a valuable contribution, helping steer the PM Awards as the event moves into its 31st
year and shaping some of our other educational activities.”

The PM Society
The PM Society is a not-for-profit organisation, which was founded 40 years ago as the Pharmaceutical Marketing Society. Today, it has 2120 active members from over 230 companies and drives marketing excellence and education across the life sciences sector through a variety of channels, including the PriMe modular training programme developed for the industry by the industry.

emotive is a science and technology-led healthcare communications agency who believe that creativity, innovation and the application of new technology can and will improve healthcare outcomes. To learn how we can help you, please e-mail our Client Services Director Adam Boucher (adam@thinkemotive.com) or call +44 (0) 207 148 0408.

27th July 2016

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