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Medefield Announces New Appointments to North American Business Unit
Date:1/28/2008

NEW YORK, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Medefield Group, the number one provider of global online services to medical market research, consulting and communications companies, is pleased to announce new leadership for its North America business unit. After another year of unprecedented growth attributed to Medefield's unrivalled global physician panel, outstanding customer service, and expanding client base, the company is adding to its ever-growing team.

Andrea Alfonsi, the new President of Medefield America, comes with 15 years of custom marketing research experience in pharmaceuticals and biotech and has most recently held senior roles with some of the industry's top research agencies. Her background includes expertise in conducting a wide range of strategic primary research as well as a strong track record of team leadership.

Andrea Alfonsi stated "More than ever, reliable information delivered in short time frames have fueled the growth of the internet as the chief means of data collection in our industry. Medefield already offers clients the best access to the highest quality physicians around the globe with a customer- orientation that is unmatched in the industry. My team will continue to delight our clients with an outstanding experience from origination to final execution of their most important global research projects."

Tina Reeves has also joined Medefield America as a Senior Account Director. Tina brings demonstrated excellence in selling online healthcare research with some of the industry's top agencies to the Medefield America team. Tina noted, "I am thrilled to be joining the industry leader where I can provide clients with an unparalleled experience in reaching physicians around the globe." On another note, Antony Hughes has also recently joined Medefield Europe as an Account Director with considerable experience in online custom research further adding to Medefield's expansion across the globe.

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