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.
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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
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- If you can involve healthcare professionals in a story, they will be more open to your arguments.
- Certainly, not!
- Conventional wisdom acknowledges the inevitability of uncertainty. And Socrates apparently said something about it too, so it must be right (“As for me, all I know is that I know nothing”). Uncertainty is a given, let’s be open about that, and give our ad-hoc research the best chance of being accurate by stressing independence in research design above all else.
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- Understanding the ‘adoption ladder’ in closed loop marketing
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- Measuring truth by the millisecond using meta-data
- Meta-data (“data about data”) is, at last, gaining a profile in this big-data age. It is already used by researchers, most commonly in website evaluation, but in terms of helping us get more from our everyday online surveys it has thus far been grossly underutilised.
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