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emotive MD joins PM Society Committee

Chris Edmonds, MD of emotive, has joined the PM Society as a new Committee member.



Alongside representatives from pharmaceutical companies such as BMS, Novartis and Bayer, Chris has joined the PM Society as a new committee member. Following a twelve-year career delivering digital and innovative for life sciences clients at emotive, the PM Society committee position represents an opportunity to drive future excellence and recognition within the pharmaceutical marketing sector.

As the PM Society gears up for its 30th anniversary of its iconic PM Awards, it is also focusing more deeply on the newer areas such as digital and innovation. The expansion of the committee brings a deeper breadth of expertise with the Co-Chair of the PM Society observing  “The new Committee members have been hand-picked for their special interest in one or more key focus areas and a commitment to driving forward initiatives that meet the PM Society’s objective to educate, recognise excellence and share best practice in pharmaceutical marketing.”

Commenting on his appointment, Chris said “I am delighted to join the committee and be in position to use my knowledge and experience of working in this exciting and dynamic field. Having led the emotive team on a successful journey over the last twelve years and with a fantastic skilled and passionate team here delivering amazing work across various disciplines, I feel another time has come for me to give something back to our industry.

The PM Society 

The PM Society is a not-for-profit organisation, which was founded over 35 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.

For more information on how emotive can help you deliver award-winning, innovative and digital solutions, please get in touch with Adam Boucher, adamb@thinkemotive.com or call +44 207 148 0408.

13th April 2015

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