King of Prussia, PA (PRWEB) August 01, 2013
Calvin Butts Jr., VP, Strategic Services, has been named to the 2013 PharmaVOICE 100, a list of the 100 most inspiring people in the life-science industry.
Calvin received several nominations for this honor from individuals across the industry. In the nominations, he is cited as a highly dedicated individual who is driven to assist clients in “moving the needle” for their brands. Throughout his career, Calvin has developed a significant knowledge base of all aspects of product life cycles, from initial research and development to loss of exclusivity.
PharmaVOICE 100 Top Influencer Issue describes Calvin as, “a recognized leader known for providing in-depth, cutting-edge strategies to clients within the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry.” PharmaVOICE explains, “His years of working with top pharmaceutical companies as well as best-in-class digital agencies make him perfectly suited for [his position at CMI/Compas]. Throughout his career, he has developed a significant knowledge base of all aspects of product life cycles, from initial research and development to loss of exclusivity. Having functioned effectively in both the pharma and the agency worlds, he is able to harmoniously blend the needs of both to create award-winning, successful programs. Given his extensive experience in several areas of multichannel communications, he brings a lot to the strategic solutions table, including first-hand experience of the most effective communication channels.”
"I am pleased whenever someone truly deserving of industry recognition is provided with earned accolades. This is of course the case with Calvin Butts,” says Hans C. Engel, Manager, Indirect Procurement at Eisai.
“Calvin is an indispensable member of the CMI/Compas team. His determination, charismatic personality, and commitment to delivering 100 percent value to clients make him truly deserving of this recognition,” says Stan Woodland, CEO of CMI/Compas.
Calvin has been an integral partner in the development and execution of several large multi-channel campaigns for a few of the top pharmaceutical manufacturers. Currently at CMI/Compas, he forges new relationships within the existing client database which leads to proactively uncovering needs not currently served. Calvin then marries these client needs with services and innovations that CMI/Compas supplies.
The foundation of Calvin’s career was built in pharmaceuticals sales. He also has experience in medical publishing and continuing medical education.
Calvin is currently pursuing his Executive MBA at Temple’s Fox School of Business. He is a member of the Princeton Health Care System Foundation Board and founding member and advisor of the Hampton University Alumni Mentor Program.
Well-known as a media planning and buying organization for healthcare clients, sister agencies Communications Media, Inc. (CMI) and Compas, Inc. together form the indispensable strategic marketing partner to the world’s game-changers in health, offering guidance at every level of marketing. CMI/Compas focuses on core service offerings of Media, Innovation, Customer Insights, Technology, and Buying. CMI/Compas is laser-focused on helping clients move the promotional needle. CMI/Compas has offices in Philadelphia; King of Prussia, PA; Pennsauken, NJ; and New York. The family of companies is actively recruiting for healthcare marketing jobs via http://www.cmirecruiter.com.