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LaVoie Group Honored by LACP with Two Awards
Date:3/9/2010

League of American Communications Professionals Honors LaVoie Group for Best Industry-Exclusive Agency and Best Business Development Program for sanofi-aventis

Salem, MA (Vocus) March 9, 2010 -- LaVoie Group, a life science and pharmaceuticals focused strategic communications agency, announced today that it has won two 2009 Impact Awards from the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP), “Best Industry-Exclusive Agency” and “Best Business Development Communications Program.” These awards recognize LaVoie Group’s ability to provide senior level counsel and tactical implementation of corporate and product communications programs designed to properly position, create visibility with key target audiences and demonstrate creativity.

For the second straight year, LaVoie Group was honored as “Best Industry-Exclusive Agency” by the LACP. In the volatile economic climate of 2009, LaVoie Group was able to adapt to the changing market dynamics and leverage the agency’s breadth of experience across life sciences to win 10 new clients, including industry-leading pharmaceutical companies, such as Invida Pharmaceuticals and Pfizer. Through these clients, LaVoie Group was able to establish a pharmaceutical practice, which continues to grow in 2010. In addition, LaVoie guided the communications for ESBATech AG through one of the most successful M&A exits of 2009 in its sale to Alcon for up to $550 million.

Included in LaVoie Group’s pharmaceutical practice is sanofi-aventis, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, who in 2009 engaged LaVoie Group to execute a partnering eve
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