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Hayward Medical strengthens management team

Agency hands out additional responsibilities to its employees

Hayward Medical Communications has bolstered its management team by promoting three of its employees following a management re-structure.

Chris Trayers, executive director has taken over the day-to-day direction and management of the company, following success within the group at Wisepress.

The agency has also extended additional responsibility to business directors Kirsty Haves and Paul Thomas, who have taken over the leadership of the med comms business and will deliver projects on behalf of pharmaceutical and healthcare partners.

Prior to joining Hayward in 2012, Haves held account roles with Sudler & Hennessey’s healthcare education group Transart.

She said: “This is an exciting time to be stepping up within the Hayward management team.

“Since joining Hayward in 2012, I’ve seen many changes both internally and also in the external environment and I’m thrilled to be working with new and existing clients.”

Thomas joined the agency back in January after serving Aegate as its business development director and has previously held roles with Quintiles and Novo Nordisk.

He said: “It’s essential for Hayward to remain completely focussed on supporting our clients within a highly competitive and constantly evolving environment and, as we move into our new financial year, I’m confident we’re ready to do exactly that.”

7th August 2017

From: Marketing

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