M:Communications boosts healthcare team with Capital MSL's Mary Clark

M:Communications has hired Capital MSL’s head of life sciences Mary Clark work in the agency’s international healthcare team.

Mary Clark: joins M:Communications
Mary Clark: joins M:Communications

Prior to building a life sciences businesses at Capital, Clark was head of the European consulting team at Thomson Reuters advising international firms on investor relations.

She started her career at specialist healthcare firm BTG, where she was director of corporate comms and helped lead the company’s IPO.

Mary-Jane Elliott, head of M:’s international healthcare practice, said: ‘Mary brings significant experience to M:Communication’s international healthcare practice and as a well-known and highly regarded PR and IR advisor will complement and strengthen our team.’

Clarke commented: ‘I have been impressed by the dynamic and experienced team and the strong commitment to expand the healthcare practice internationally backed by the capabilities of King Worldwide Investor Relations. These are very compelling reasons to have joined along with the opportunity to firmly establish M:Communications’ as the premier global strategic communications advisors in healthcare.’

Meanwhile, Claire Dickinson has also recently joined M:’s healthcare team as a consultant joining from Abchurch.

The agency’s London-based healthcare practice now includes seven dedicated healthcare specialists advising clients across healthcare services, medtech, biotech and pharma sectors.

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