BioStrata recruits five as it continues growth
BioStrata, the life science marketing communications agency, has made five appointments as it continues its growth.
The company, which recently moved to larger offices on Vision Park in Histon, recruited to further develop its specialist services across public relations and inbound marketing.
The new recruits include science writer Caroline Chambers, who has a life science background and spent five years in clinical veterinary practice.
Two recent science graduates have joined: Inbound account executive Rachael Young, who studied at the University of Cambridge and PR account executive Sam Wilstead, who was at the University of Southampton.
Two others join from the commercial sector: office manager and executive assistant Sheridan Cook has worked at high tech and biotechnology companies, while inbound account director Mira Nair has applied inbound methodology in-house at technology and innovation firms, most recently at PA Consulting Group.
Dr Paul Avery, co-founder and managing director of BioStrata, said: “As pioneers of the inbound marketing approach for the life science sector, we’ve developed significant experience and knowledge from running such client programs over the last five years.
“These additional roles will build upon our ability to deliver high-value programs that leverage compelling content drafted by our team of experts to raise awareness, create demand, generate leads and nurture those leads into customers."
Fellow co-founder and MD Clare Russell added: “BioStrata strives to be an exciting, rewarding and stimulating place to work, to nurture creativity and innovation, and to deliver success for our clients. Our new team members share our enthusiasm for connecting life science companies with customers, to aid the adoption of cutting-edge technologies and services that can drive scientific discovery and impact the world around us."
Further recruitment is under way to grow its inbound, public relations and writing teams.