HVEDC Congratulates Board Member for Receiving Elite Industry Honor
Friday, June 5, 2015
PM360, a top pharmaceutical marketing magazine, has announced HVEDC Board Member Mario R. Nacinovich Jr., MSc., managing partner and US healthcare practice lead for global healthcare communications agency AXON Communications, as one of its honorees for the publication's first annual ELITE Awards. The ELITE (Exceptional * Leaders * Innovators * Transformers * Entrepreneurs) represent the most influential people in the healthcare industry today. Mario was profiled in PM360's May 2015 issue with a celebratory cocktail party to follow on July 14 at the world-famous High Line in New York City. The full article on the announcement can be accessed here.
"I'm honored to be recognized among the top strategists in our healthcare industry and thank my clients and colleagues for considering me for this inaugural PM360 ELITE Award," shared Mario Nacinovich, Managing Partner at AXON. "My hope for each client is that we discover their unmet needs that will help us facilitate truly innovative strategic approaches to address previously unforeseen opportunities."
"On behalf of the entire HVEDC organization, we congratulate Mario on this well-deserved recognition," stated Laurence Gottlieb, president & CEO of Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation. "Mario's insights into the health care, life sciences and digital health industries have been invaluable to HVEDC, as we grow the NY BioHud Valley corridor for the benefit of Hudson Valley businesses and residents. This recognition speaks to the incredible quality and dedication HVEDC's board members have to honing their craft and helping their communities."
The ELITE awards honor individuals who have made a significant impact to the healthcare industry throughout their careers. Nominees were evaluated based on their accomplishments, testimonials from their bosses, clients, colleagues and supporting evidence that reflects the impact of their efforts (i.e., company growth, campaign success, etc.). Sixty winners were selected in 12 categories from numerous entries extolling the merits and achievements of truly extraordinary individuals.