Hat trick of new business wins for Perceptive Communicators

Hat trick of new business wins for Perceptive Communicators

Hat trick of new business wins for Perceptive Communicators

Glasgow-based specialist communications consultancy Perceptive Communicators has boosted its credentials in the health and life sciences sector with three new business wins.

Glasgow City of Science and Innovation, Precision Sequencing and Menicon have appointed Perceptive Communicators to deliver a range of focused communications campaigns within the health and life sciences industry.

Glasgow City of Science and Innovation appointed Perceptive to help raise the profile of its flagship festival VentureFest – a festival of discovery, innovation and entrepreneurship, and VentureJam which is the youth strand of the VentureFest programme. Precision Sequencing, a collaboration between Stratified Medicine Scotland – Innovation Centre, Glasgow Polyomics, the Centre for Virus Research (CVR) and Glasgow Precision Oncology Laboratory, secured the services of Perceptive to help raise awareness of the newly formed consortium which provides a range of services for genetic sequencing. Japanese contact lens manufacturer Menicon engaged with Perceptive to provide them with a robust communications strategy, research and social media training for the UK arm of their business.

Dr Susie Mitchell, Programme Director, Glasgow City of Science and Innovation said: “Having previously worked with Perceptive and seeing the results they achieve, I’m delighted to be working with their specialist team again to strengthen the profile of our flagship partnership projects to target audiences and amongst our key stakeholders.”

Dr Allison Jackson, Manager of Glasgow Polyomics and spokesperson for Precision Sequencing said: “We’re excited to be working with Perceptive Communicators. Their work on promoting Stratified Medicine Scotland – Innovation Centre has been excellent, and I’m looking forward to seeing how their expertise will help raise the profile of Precision Sequencing going forward”.

Julie McLauchlan, founder and Managing Director of Perceptive Communicators, said: “These latest wins are testament to our experience and expertise in the health and life sciences sector and we’re looking forward to working with each of these providers on a range of meaningful campaigns. These recent appointments also highlight how we are growing as a business as we continue to consistently punch above our weight.”

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