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College Hill Life Sciences Adds Five New Clients to Its Roster

College Hill Life Sciences Adds Five New Clients to Its Roster

2 December 2013, London, Manchester, Munich, Boston, Sydney, Melbourne: The Life Sciences team of College Hill, part of the international business communications consultancy, College Group, continues to expand its portfolio with five additional client wins during the last three months. New client mandates span the Consultancy’s offering from fully retained services to branding and ad hoc projects.

In Germany, the Life Sciences and Stockheim Media (part of College Group) teams have jointly won:

  • Global BioEnergies has retained us on a Corporate and Financial brief for PR outreach in Germany. It is one of the few companies worldwide, and the only one in Europe, that is developing a process to convert renewable resources into hydrocarbons through fermentation.

In Australia, the team has won three new clients:

  • ASX-listed biotech company Novogen, an innovative company developing oncology drugs based on cancer stem cells, has engaged College Hill and its New York based partner Lazar Partners to support PR and IR in the USA and Europe; and to develop a logo for CanTx, a new joint venture company.
  • GI Therapies, developers of an innovative non-invasive medical device for the treatment of chronic constipation in adults and children will be supported jointly by the Melbourne and studio teams on its new website development.
  • Auspherix, a new company in the antibiotics space, backed by the MRCF, has signed up for logo development and launch PR.

In the UK, College Hill Life Sciences is pleased to welcome back a returning client:

  • Astex Pharmaceuticals, an oncology discovery and development company which has recently been acquired by Otsuka Pharmaceuticals of Japan, returns to the fold, initially for design and website projects.

“We are delighted to welcome new clients to the fold and also to welcome back past clients. Most of our new business mandates include teams across multiple offices and geographies, underling the international basis of life sciences and the benefits we offer by operating as a globally integrated team” commented Sue Charles, Managing Partner, College Hill Life Sciences.


For further information:

Sue Charles
Managing Partner, Life Sciences
+44 (0)20 7457 2020

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