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Kaizo PR strengthens Senior Leadership Team

Kaizo has announced three promotions as it builds its leadership team following a period of fast growth.

Anita Nahal, who has headed Kaizo Health practice for the last year, is promoted to the Board alongside shareholders MD Rhodri Harries and Director Steph MacLeod. Additionally, there are two new Associate Directors that join the management team; Helen Fitzhugh (current Head of Issues) and Kerry Lennox.

Rhodri Harries said:
“We are really proud to be able to create exciting career paths for everyone here and these promotions highlight this commitment to recognising talent across Health and Tech sectors. As we plan for the future these appointments will create a stronger management team and Board with new ideas and perspectives that will benefit the company, our people and our clients.”

The business ranked in the top 35 tech and healthcare agencies in the UK recently and picked up new work this year in the Health sector with Gilead, J&J and a range of new clients in tech including; ExpressVPN, Edge by Ascential, Brightcove, Stack Overflow and Freshworks.

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