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Senior team at Page & Page become Partners

Page & Page and Partners are announcing the appointment of their senior management team to partners in the agency. The new partners will be actively involved in shaping the future of the business as well as having a financial stake in its future.

The new partners include:

·        Lisa Lishman – Commercial Director

·        Molly Coxon – Business Director

·        Rachel Harris – Client Services Director

·        Paul Hayhow – Creative Services Director

·        Clare Bates – Editorial Director

This is part of a wider series of changes undertaken by Page & Page and Partners, including moving into a new London office space in Borough. The new location – The Ministry – is a creative workspace specifically chosen to facilitate collaboration amongst the team and encourage the creativity, diversity and energy Page & Page and Partners is known for.

The changes follow a successful year for Page & Page and Partners, with the healthcare, wellness and lifestyle sectors experiencing increasing awareness and engagement from the public amidst the Covid pandemic. As a result of the team’s hard work, Page & Page and Partners has won six new clients in past 12 months. The team will be providing a range of services for the clients including medical education; disease awareness; brand strategy and brand development. Due to its recent success, Page & Page and Partners is actively recruiting for several new roles to join its current team to help support the continued growth of the agency.

1st October 2020

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Page & Page and Partners

+44 (0)20 8617 8250

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The Ministry
79-81 Borough Road
London
SE1 1DN
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