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ramarketing expands Manchester office

Pharmaceutical and life sciences marketing agency, ramarketing, is continuing its recruitment drive following the appointment of two new staff members and the expansion of its Manchester office.

exTo support increased demand for its PR, content and digital services, the company has appointed PR manager, Eleanor Harms and digital content manager, Amy Hirst with business development manager, Yasmin Davoodi also moving to the Manchester office from the agency’s Newcastle HQ to support the business’ continued growth in the region. 

The agency has now expanded into larger premises in the WeWork development to accommodate its growth in the city as it plans to build its Manchester based team.

Since opening its second UK office in WeWork Spinningfields in 2018, the company has grown by 40%, doubled its workforce and taken on a number of new clients across North America, Europe and Asia.

The news follows the opening of the agency’s first US office earlier this year with company founder, Raman Sehgal moving stateside to head up operations in Boston. 

Emma Banks, managing director of ramarketing’s UK and European operations said: “The last 18 months have been really exciting for ramarketing as we’ve launched our first US office and started to build our team in the North West. 

“With a thriving life sciences sector and a vibrant creative community, Manchester has been the ideal location for our second UK office and we are committed to continuing to invest in the region.

“In addition to the positions we have already filled, we have an immediate need for experienced PR professionals in Manchester to help us meet our ambitious growth plans.”

ramarketing was set-up in 2009 and now has over 35 staff delivering design, digital and PR services to companies operating in the global pharmaceutical, biotechnology and life sciences space. Its clients include some of the biggest names in the sector along with many fast growing life science companies.

Ashleigh Smith
Article by Ashleigh Smith
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