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| 9th August 2017
In this Q&A, James Atherton, Vice President and Managing Consultant at our New York office, reveals how our NYC and London offices work together and why having a creative services capability has changed the way we deliver strategic work for clients.
| 3rd August 2017
Chris Field, Director and Head of Creative Services at Blue Latitude Health, reveals what it takes to create winning creative campaigns that achieve results in the Pharma market.
| 12th July 2017
Blue Latitude Health interviews Mohamed Helal, Marketing Lead for Immunology IBVT at EMEA level at Janssen, to find out his view on what an exceptional creative campaign looks like when working at regional level.
| 23rd May 2017
What drives us at BLH is the opportunity to make a real difference – and for our clients, that difference is measured both in customer outcomes and commercial outcomes. In the Executional Excellence edition of Perspective magazine, we explore topics around the ‘executional excellence’ theme – creating work that works.
| 14th February 2017
As a business that works with healthcare and pharma companies, it’s not often that we get the opportunity to design the cover for Time Out London, so we jumped at the chance to partner with Rays of Sunshine to help them get the word out about their #Kisses4Wishes campaign on Valentine’s Day.
| 30th September 2016
Creative Director Damien Parsonage breaks down the common misconception that pharma and healthcare marketing for healthcare professionals ought to be entirely scientific and rational. Brands are powerful; here's how to strengthen yours by infusing it with emotion.
| 14th September 2016
Senior Account Executive Dave Wood talks us through what DAM and CMS are, the role they play in the future of healthcare marketing, and how they can be best utilised to maximise outcomes for pharma and agencies.
| 22nd October 2015
Localising global and regional campaigns is a challenge all global organisations face. However, for healthcare brands, it can be even more challenging because local regulations and systems can be so variable and complicated. Account Director Dolan Desai talks us through five core considerations that will allow you to maximise impact across a region through coherent execution.