Hanover creates global role as part of healthcare team shake-up

Corporate and public affairs agency Hanover has given its senior healthcare duo Andrew Harrison and Mark Saxon distinct roles on the back of international growth.

Harrison takes the role of director of global healthcare, working for clients such as UCB, the American Pharmaceuticals Group and Shire Pharmaceuticals. He will work closely with a team of approximately 25 consultants in Hanover's London and Brussels offices.

Saxon has bee appointed as director of UK healthcare, with clients including Lilly, Amgen and Deltex.

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