Fresh Connect Recruitment
Fresh Connect is a specialist PR & communications recruitment agency. Our jobs are grouped by sector and we cover positions from graduate to board director level. We always work with an open mind, exploring every possibility during each client and candidate search and applying the energy, expertise and professionalism for which we are well-known. At Fresh Connect we focus on PR jobs across all sectors and also cover vacancies in medical education/medical communications and healthcare advertising. We work with account handlers, project managers, business development executives, medical editors and medical writers.
This is a FREE listing
Below are full profiles from other companies in this area
Star’s a full service resourcing house and for almost 12 years we’ve recruited the best people for pharma, medical devices and technology, clinical research and healthcare communications companies in the UK. We have offices in Bath, Maidenhead and Manchester.
Telephone:+44 (0)20 7788 4343
85-87 Bayham St
- emotive’s virtual reality project ‘Diabetes Voyager’ picks up a prestigious Silver at the global 2014 Rx Club Awards
- emotive is very proud to announce that our virtual reality project ‘Diabetes Voyager’ for Novo Nordisk has collected a Silver at the prestigious 2014 Rx Club Awards.
- More of the same: The importance of strategic communications planning for biosimilar entry
- GCI Health's Hannah Morris considers the importance of strategic communications planning for biosimilar entry, a market anticipated to deliver between €8-26bn in savings across the
European Union by 2020.
- Synergy Vision’s Ffyona Dawber wins Gold and Silver at the 2014 Stevie Awards for Women in Business
- Medical Communications agency Synergy Vision are proud to announce their managing director, Ffyona Dawber, has been named as the winner of two prestigious Stevie® Awards
- Remapping the market: Does Pharma's global model need a shake up?
- For patients, carers and professionals, wherever they are in the world, digital technology is inherent in their everyday lives. Digital is, so to speak, a global language. The success of Facebook, Google & Apple, have succeeded where armies, politics and religion have failed, in uniting disparate populations. Individual expectations have been aligned across the globe, and whilst context may change, the user experience need not.
The pharma approach to global communications is based on traditional ideas and borders, can a fresh approach aligned to the new world of communications represent a critical competitive advantage?