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Cadient Group Announces Recent Executive Promotions
Date:2/19/2008

Amid rapid expansion, interactive healthcare marketing agency continues to

grow top strategic talent from within

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Cadient Group, the premier independent interactive marketing agency serving the healthcare industry, announced today several recent senior executive promotions.

"We're grateful for each of these senior executives' contributions and commitment to the overall success of Cadient Group. Their tireless dedication to delivering highly relevant, results-oriented campaigns and solutions for the entirety of our client base is critical to the ongoing growth of Cadient Group as the leading interactive marketing agency for the healthcare industry," said Stephen Wray, President and CEO, Cadient Group. "By creating an environment of collaboration and innovation, Cadient has been able to harness the industry's top talent to benefit our portfolio accounts and foster a culture that encourages employees to grow their careers alongside the company. These promotions within our senior management team are indicative of the career opportunities that our continued growth has created throughout our organization."
Recent executive promotions at Cadient Group include:

-- Heather Torak, Chief Operations Officer -- formerly Senior Vice

President, Global Operations, Ms. Torak now serves as Chief Operations

Officer at Cadient Group. In her new role, Ms. Torak has direct

responsibility for Cadient Group's client contractual relationships and

maintains operational oversight across all business units. She will

also play a central role in the planned future expansion of Cadient

Group's offering of services and solutions. Ms. Torak joined Cadient

Group in 2002 and has been actively involved in the pharmaceutical

industry for more than thirteen years.

-- Heather Gervais, Vice President, Operations -- formerly S
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