FKH sets up shop in Princeton

NEW JERSEY: Feinstein Kean Healthcare (FKH) has opened an office in Princeton, New Jersey, to better service pharmaceutical clients such as Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Novartis and Pfizer.

The office is being led by senior vice-presidents Beth Kramli, who has joined the agency from its parent company Ogilvy PR Worldwide, and Michael Lampe, who has served on the leadership team in FKH’s Cambridge, Massachusetts headquarters.

Ogilvy bought FKH, which was founded in 1987, almost five years ago (PR

Week, 19 November 1999). It was formerly known as Feinstein Kean Partners.

Prior to joining Ogilvy, Kramli was a director with BSMG Worldwide.

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