Ashfield Healthcare Communications expands across the UK and Europe
Ashfield Healthcare Communications, a global healthcare communications agency, announces significant growth across the UK and Europe.
Ashfield Healthcare Communications has a new presence in Dublin, Ireland, joining the office of Ashfield Ireland and parent company UDG Healthcare while the company has also doubled the size of its current operations in Glasgow, Scotland, with a move to significantly larger offices in the city centre. Ashfield Healthcare Communications currently has approximately 1,000 staff across 23 healthcare communications agencies.
Attracting new talent
The expansion has been fuelled by strong growth for the company and a desire to attract new talent into a thriving business across both key cities. The expansion to Dublin establishes Ashfield Healthcare Communications as a leader amongst the small number of healthcare communications agencies in Ireland.
Ashfield Healthcare Communications previously expanded its Glasgow offices in 2016 following a series of new business wins and multiple new hires, the move to the modernised Regent Street office will provide state-of-the-art office space to further grow the team.
Richard Lawrence, Executive Director at Ashfield Healthcare Communications, said, “The expansion to Dublin is an incredible opportunity for Ashfield Healthcare Communications. We have been able to relocate staff to their vibrant home city and the move has meant that our remote workers already living in Ireland have a local hub to connect with our growing team of talented individuals.”
Ireland at the forefront
Viv Adshead, President at Ashfield Healthcare Communications, said, “We are delighted to announce the continued expansion of our operations in Europe. Following the success we have enjoyed in Glasgow, drawing on the great talent in the city, it makes sense to continue to build our team there. In addition, we have established a team in Dublin and we are extremely proud to be at the forefront of global healthcare communications in Ireland.”