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Just:: Health Communications becomes HAVAS Just::

Healthcare agency changes name one year after its acquisition by HAVAS Health

Havas JustJust:: Health Communications has changed its name to HAVAS Just:: following its acquisition by the HAVAS Health group in June last year.

The London-based agency became part of HAVAS to expand its global reach and tap into the group's in-market knowledge and expertise.

Lead by co-founders Emma Crozier and Jennie Talman, HAVAS Just:: continues to be managed by its existing senior team and reports to HAVAS Health's chief executive Donna Murphy.

The acquisition of Just:: was a “strategic investment in the PR space to further grow the HAVAS Health brand footprint in global markets”, according to Murphy.

She added that the past 12 months have been a success for the group, and has unified the network's “unique” approach to healthcare communications.

Commenting on the name change, Talman said: “We are proud to be part of HAVAS Health.

“We share the same passion and enthusiasm for the work and after a successful 12 months we are delighted to embrace HAVAS not only in spirit but also in name.”

Article by
Rebecca Clifford

1st July 2016

From: Marketing

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