NEW YORK, Jan. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Evoke Group (www.evokegroup.com) announces the addition of two distinct and
nitrogen health is a digital brand development agency headquartered in London and will extend the group's global presence, continuing its track record of winning and servicing global clients under the leadership of Jon Clark. Tonic Life Communications adds global public relations and stakeholder engagement expertise while bolstering the groups already growing social media and influencer marketing business. Tonic has offices in the US and EU and is led by Maryellen Royle.
"In a dynamic global and digital world, we've seen the measurable impact of first understanding and then reaching HCPs and consumers where they live with vital health information that is engaging and meaningful," said Reid Connolly, CEO of the Evoke Group. "We are particularly enthusiastic about what we are doing here because all of our agencies are unique, growth-oriented, talent-driven companies. Together, we plan to accomplish even more."
Evoke Group (www.evokegroup.com) was established in 2015 as a platform to grow Evoke Health and to launch and nurture new and exciting agency brands. In two years, Evoke Group has successfully launched three new agencies Firsthand, Traverse and Fabric. Now, with the addition of nitrogen health and Tonic, the Evoke Group is working with 18 of the top 20 pharmaceutical companies worldwide. Evoke Group remains part of Huntsworth Health (www.hhealth.com), a global group of best-in-class agencies.
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