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Anthea Davies joins Cello Health Communications

Agency also appoints Emma-Kate Yates

Cello Health Communicaitons Anthea DaviesCello Health Communications has made two senior appointments at its London office.  

Anthea Davies joins as director and Emma-Kate Yates takes up the role of principal consultant, engagement.  

Davies has more than 25 years' experience in global healthcare, having started her career at GlaxoSmithKline, where she spent ten years in a variety of marketing roles.   

Following that she spent 15 years in the agency world, working for several leading advertising and communications agencies, including Publicis and, more recently, Huntsworth Health.  

Cello Health Communications Emma-Kate YatesMeanwhile, Yates has over a decade's experience working in leading healthcare communications agencies, most recently as a patient recruitment and retention group account director at Langland, and prior to that at Ogilvy.   

Jane Ayton, CEO of Cello Health Communications Europe, said: “We are delighted to welcome these two experienced and respected healthcare communications professionals to our team. Their appointment reflects an ongoing strengthening of our business as it moves forward under the Cello Health brand.”

18th July 2014

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