Growing AXON Brighton Team Relocates to Larger New Office

Healthcare Communications

Brighton, United Kingdom – January 22, 2020 – AXON Communications is pleased to announce the relocation of its Brighton team to a new, larger office space in the area. The relocation is evidence of the healthcare communications agency’s successful recruiting efforts on the South Coast and investment in further planned growth.

“We’re delighted with the ongoing expansion of our team in Brighton – outgrowing our office space just 18 months after opening is a great problem to have! We look forward to seeing our Brighton team continue to flourish in their new workspace,” said Emma Kenny, Partner, AXON.

“AXON Communications is pleased to announce the relocation of its Brighton team to a new, larger office space in the area.“

Jayne Carey-George, Director of the AXON office in Brighton, noted, “We’re so excited about the new office space: it’s bright and inspirational, with lots of flexible working locations and a roof terrace, and is just minutes from Brighton train station and the famous Lanes.”

This move also signifies new prospects for AXON in diversifying the company’s offerings. The team in Brighton are set to become a key component in driving the company’s capabilities in patient communications, which will enable AXON to better support clients while also providing the team with a variety of opportunities for career development.

“Across all of our offices, we have a shared purpose: to positively impact the lives of patients and the people who care for them, so an increased focus on patient communications makes sense for us strategically,” said Miranda Dini, Managing Partner, AXON. “We believe our expanding Brighton office can help us think a bit differently when it comes to patient communications and will ensure we offer further value to our clients.”

If you are interested in exploring a career in the Brighton or another AXON office, please contact Christina

Gatward at cgatward@axon-com.com.

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