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Is competition the enemy of progress and collaboration the ally of success?

Is competition the enemy of progress and collaboration the ally of success?

By Jessica Pacey, CEO, 67health. In an incredibly competitive environment, such as the prescription product market, there is a natural business desire to keep hard-won knowledge under lock and key. . ... Jessica Pacey is CEO at 67health. 25th November

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    Jessica Pacey is the founder and chief executive of newly launched health comms agency, 67health.

  • New health comms agency 67health launches New health comms agency 67health launches

    Jessica Pacey pledges director-led service. 67health, a new healthcare communications agency, has launched today. ... Jessica Pacey. She adds: “I wanted to create an agency that makes a bold promise and one that I know we can keep.

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