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New healthcare company launches

Chime Communications has announced the launch of a new healthcare communications company led by David Rowley and Sandy Royden

Chime Communications has announced the launch of a new joint venture in the healthcare communications arena led by David Rowley, former global head of Huntsworth Health, and Sandy Royden, formerly head of Europe at Huntsworth Health.



David Rowley and Sandy Royden talk about OPEN Health

Launching in 2011, this new company claims to be the first discipline- and channel-neutral group in the healthcare arena. The company will be built through organic growth and focused acquisitions.

"Combining our experience in the health space with the resources of Chime, will, we believe, result in a brand new type of health communications practice that will help our clients adapt successfully to a rapidly evolving marketplace," said Rowley.

Lord Bell, chairman of Chime Communications said: "Health is one of the fastest growing sectors in communications, and we have been very impressed with both David and Sandy's track record, but more importantly, their insight into how together we can build a market-leading business."

15th December 2010

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