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Havas PR appoints new director of health and wellness

Louise Stone has worked with Lexus PR, Nexus Communications and Good Relations

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Havas PR has strengthened its London healthcare offering with the hiring of Louise Stone as director.

During her 18 year PR career, Stone has worked with agencies including Lexus PR, Nexus Communications and Good Relations and has managed clients such as Boots, Unilever, P&G and GSK.

In this new role she will provide senior client consultancy and generate new business in the health and wellness sectors.

"I am very excited by the unique opportunities at Havas PR, as we work closely with our colleagues across the wider Havas business to offer neutral communications solutions for clients here in the UK and on a European and global scale," Stone said.

"Healthcare PR has traditionally been slow on the take up of digital and social communications, but working as an integrated team at Havas means that we can offer clients the reassurance that we are using the right channel to deliver measurable results and affect behaviour or have a positive impact on sales".

She will be reporting to Steve Marinker, who joined the agency as managing director in September last year.

13th February 2013

From: Marketing

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