90TEN celebrates 15 years of Life.Changing. education and communications

6th October 2016, London – Award-winning global healthcare consultancy 90TEN is celebrating 15 years of life-changing education and communications. Since it was established in 2001, 90TEN has grown to become one of the leading independent healthcare consultancies offering public relations, medical education and medication adherence services for some of the biggest and best global brands in the public and private healthcare sectors.

For over 15 years, 90TEN has refined the use of behaviour change techniques in healthcare communications, using its FEEL-THINK-DO™ behaviour change methodology to create award-winning communications and medical education programmes. As a result, the agency has won over 24 major industry awards for its clients at the Communiqué, PMEA, BMJ, HSJ, CIPR and PRCA Awards. Set-up by Carole North and Paul Tanner, 90TEN boasts a team of over 35 consultants delivering UK, European and global work.

“As behaviour change specialists, we thrive on insight, with innovation and creativity at the heart of our work,” said Paul Tanner, chairman and co-founder of 90TEN. “The ability to change behaviour for our clients is what really sets us apart as an agency and I can’t wait to see what we achieve in the next 15 years!”

90TEN retains its roots as an agile and entrepreneurial independent consultancy that can adapt easily to client needs to deliver exceptional work. The agency has also grown as part of a network of global agency partners that covers 56 countries across every continent worldwide.

“In 2001 Paul and I set up the business and ran it from my living room for 6-months. Since then we’ve gone from strength to strength and this has been driven by our strong values and desire to change lives,” said Carole North, co-founder and Managing Director. “Today, we’re not only celebrating the success of our business but also the brilliantly talented team at 90TEN who are inspired to get out of bed every morning by the prospect of truly changing people’s lives.”

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