Havas Health & You

About Havas Health & You

Havas Health & You is part of Havas, one of the world's largest global communications groups. Founded in 1835 in Paris, the Havas group now employs 20,000 people in more than 100 countries.

Havas Health & You
Havas Health & You unites Havas Life, Health4Brands (H4B), Havas Lynx and Havas PR, all wholly owned health and communications networks, with the consumer health businesses and practices of Havas.

Havas Health & You’s broadened entity and new name reflect an amplified expression of the group’s future-forward positioning and expanded offering, building out best-in-class disciplines and integrating the many products and services the Havas agencies offer across the health and healthy lifestyle continuum. The convergence allows the company to create even more opportunities for its clients in pharmaceuticals and life sciences, as well as those in the business of nurturing and healing.

Collaboration is at the core of how we operate at Havas, and Villages are the homes we work in. We encourage our people to take advantage of the many opportunities to grow—whether it be local or one of our unique global development programs. We’re creators and innovators and we’re passionate about our craft. We value and empower the differences in each of us, bringing a wide range of perspective to any situation. We're a global network with a family feel!

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IT intern

May 2019 - August 2019 New York City, NY
“The workload was fair and reasonable. Coworkers and superiors were all welcoming and helpful. Completed work that was in-line with my future career aspirations. ”

Strategy Intern

June 2018 - August 2018 Hamilton Township, NJ
“Great environment, really friendly employees who will help you, great learning experience. I really liked that they gave me important work to do and trusted in my abilities. ”
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Questions & Answers

For those working at Havas Health & You, what have you noticed are important to succeed there?

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