Consilium and Westwicke form healthcare partnership

Healthcare PR firm Consilium Strategic Communications has launched a joint venture with US healthcare-focused investor relations and capital markets advisory firm Westwicke Partners.

The Consilium team

Consilium and Westwicke already support shared clients, but the new partnership will see the two teams work together to provide healthcare focused investor relations advisory and communications programmes, both in the US and internationally.

Mary-Jane Elliott, managing partner at Consilium Strategic Communications, said: “We are pleased to be formalising our relationship with Westwicke which further expands our international offering in US IR and strengthens our ability to reach the increasingly important US investor community.”

Consilium and Westwicke have offices in London, Baltimore, Boston, New York, San Diego and San Francisco.

Tom McDonald, managing director at Westwicke Partners, added: “Consilium has established itself as the leading independent strategic communications consultancy in Europe. Its team is known as a leader in the international healthcare sector and we are delighted to be building on our already strong relationship through this new joint venture.”

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