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Lucid expands with new London office

UK med ed agency opens doors in Hammersmith

UK medical education agency Lucid has expanded its footprint, opening a new office in Hammersmith in London.

The office adds to the company's existing Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire base and will be home to 15 people initially, though Lucid has plans to up head count there to 30 over the next three years.

Dennis O'Brien, managing director of Lucid, said: "It's a really exciting time for Lucid. We wanted to increase our office capacity and London seemed like an obvious second location. This base will mean that we will be more likely to attract new talent, from those keen to work in London.  

"The second office reflects the continuing growth of our business as more clients are convinced that our focus on medical education that really makes a difference in advancing patient outcomes makes Lucid the right partner for them."

The Communiqué Award-winning agency has seen recent expansion thanks to a number of important new business pitch wins at the end of 2013 that ensure continued growth, while generating a demand for new talent.

6th June 2014

From: Marketing

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