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Porterhouse unveils new website, Executive Insight opens new London base, plus Lucid's 'Thirsty Thursday'

Executive Insight moves into new London home

Executive Insight

Specialist healthcare consultancy Executive Insights has expanded from its base in Switzerland, opening its new office in London this week.

Under the leadership of former McCann Health managing director David Ewbank, the new office in Borough is home to a team of five people, a number that the company hopes to grow.

Ewbank said: “Our new office represents a significant investment in our international operations, providing opportunities for our people and clients to meet in a professional yet collaborative environment."

The Swiss consultancy set out to increase the group’s global presence last year, aiming to offer its clients - who are predominately pharmaceutical companies - further support on launching and commercialising its products.

Porterhouse Medical Group unveils new website

Medical communications agency Porterhouse Medical Group has launched a new website, offering a suite of new services.

The updated site contains a section on the group’s new market research business Porterhouse Insights and its latest offering Porterhouse Medical US, both of which were established late 2017.

Additionally, it will focus on the group’s core services such as scientific solutions, publication planning and events.

Richard Oakham, Creative Services Manager said the site is a good representation of the company and its core values.

Users of the site will also be able to view career opportunities, access news feed and social media platforms and find articles and white papers.

Lucid launch Thirsty Thursday


Lucid Group launched its first ‘Thirsty Thursday’ session last week, an initiative set up by the UK-based agency that aims to boost its team’s knowledge of industry trends and techniques.

The first session honed in on the topic of patients taking an active role in their healthcare, with Marc Singh-Jones from HealthUnlocked – a social network for health – as the guest speaker.

Lucid co-founder and co-host of ‘Thirsty Thursday’ Jan Steele called the new initiative a resounding success.

The agency’s HR Director Angela Young said: “We love to nurture talent and by constantly up-skilling and providing the teams with a dynamic learning environment we are able to support them to innovate and create the magic their clients and patients need in order to improve outcomes and transform lives.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

4th July 2018

From: Marketing



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