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Healthcare agency Page & Page and Partners welcomes wave of new talent

Page & Page and Partners has welcomed six new joiners across its Creative and Client Services teams.

Page & Page and Partners, the global creative communications agency specialising in health, wellness, and lifestyle, is announcing the appointment of six new full-time staff to its team.

The new joiners are:

  • Asma Shirazi – Account Director
  • Charlotte Sale – Senior Account Director
  • Emily Sidlow – Senior Account Manager
  • Georgie Epps – Mid weight creative
  • Isabelle Nicholson-Rose – Account Executive
  • Kirstie Turner – Writer and editor

Asma, Charlotte, Emily and Isabelle have joined the Client Services team, working with Rachel Harris, Partner and Client Services Director and Lisa Lishman, Partner and Commercial Director to support clients including Novartis, Abbott Diagnostics, Fresenius Kabi, L&R, Align Technology and IQVIA.

Kirstie and Georgie are new additions to the Creative team, headed by Creative and Managing Director, Kate Page and working closely with Clare Bates, Content Director and ex-journalist.

Commenting on the addition of Georgie and Kirstie, Creative and Managing Director Kate Page said in December: “We are delighted to welcome Georgie and Kirstie to our creative team. Their enthusiasm and fresh thinking give us even more potential to produce award winning work for our clients. In spite of the challenges of 2020, we’re pleased we’ve been able to grow the Page & Page team. With a fantastic team, we know the company will go from strength-to-strength next year.”

Of the additions to the Client Services team, Rachel Harris said: “2020 was truly a year of adaptation and transformation. We learnt to work remotely through a growth phase, partnered with new clients to develop impactful campaigns and rebranded to develop our position in the market – which is now stronger than ever. Despite the challenges of COVID, we have moved forward as a business, and are adding new, wonderfully talented people to our team. They all bring with them expertise, exciting new perspectives, and imagination, allowing us to continue offering excellent support to our growing list of clients.”

About the new joiners:

Asma graduated with a Biology and Psychology degree and went on to complete an internship with Grey Healthcare. Since then, she has worked at well-known agencies including Hive, Havas and most recently, Sudler, advising some of pharma’s biggest brands. Working with Page & Page and Partners, Asma will use her experience to influence patient care and build empathy through creativity.

Charlotte brings a vast experience from the healthcare industry to Page & Page, having worked for both major pharmaceutical and dental manufacturers for over 14 years, including launching two world-leading products to the UK and Ireland. Charlotte’s experience also includes Clinical Affairs, a role in which she deepened her knowledge of clinical research and created content for globally-recognised educational programmes.

Emily has a degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences from the University of Birmingham and a Masters in neuroimaging from King’s College London, in which she received a distinction. Since graduating, Emily has worked in the medical education sector for over six years across a wide range of therapy areas, as well as on projects spanning the drug development pipeline.

With a degree in Graphic Communications and four years of experience, Georgie joined Page & Page with a background working in agency and in-house design. Working across digital and print, she has great experience of delivering branding and marketing campaigns across a multitude of platforms. Whether it be illustration, animation, typography, branding, marketing or campaign design, her versatility creates a foundation to deliver the best possible outcome for creative client briefs.

Isabelle graduated from Newcastle University in 2017 with a BSc in Biology and Psychology, during which she spent two summers working for London-based medical education and healthcare communication agencies. This year, Isabelle worked temporarily for Public Health England within the coronavirus response unit.

After graduating with a Creative Writing and Publishing degree, Kirstie went on to work for a medical publishing company where she spent two years in the editorial and marketing departments. She wrote for a range of publications there, including the company's pharmaceutical industry magazine and medical journals.

11th March 2021



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