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inVentiv Health announced that it has acquired Strategyx, a strategic consulting firm dedicated to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Strategyx is a consulting firm and a recognized leader in product strategy, market segment strategy and organization design. Its clients include leading US and European pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporations including Allergan, Biogen Idec, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Sanofi-Aventis and Diachii Sankyo.

Chandler Chicco Agency announced affiliated agreements with Positive Communications, an independent New Delhi-based integrated PR & marketing communications agency, and Desert Moon, a South Africa-based boutique marketing and communications consultancy.  Meanwhile Chandler ChiccoCompanies, a announced its Los Angeles office has moved into larger, ”collaborative” office space in Santa Monica, Calif., to support its increasing client base and staff. The new Los Angeles office is located at 1315 Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 270, Santa Monica, CA, 90401.

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