We develop robust and agile multichannel strategies and plans at a global, regional and local level to ensure your brand is truly customer-centric.
We create customer-centred, data-driven pre- or post-launch brand plans for any stage of a product’s lifecycle. We are experts at bringing together siloed organisations to facilitate and develop multi-stakeholder (patient, payers, carers, HCPs) and multichannel strategy and plans across portfolios and brands, setting you apart from the competition.
|27th August 2019
Claire Taylor, Senior Associate Consultant at Blue Latitude Health explains why you should be strategically planning your LOE strategy years in advance.
|7th March 2019
Our 50-question brand planning checklist for healthcare ensures you deliver an exceptional experience, based on what your stakeholders want and need
|10th December 2018
Our in-depth report is based on original data and expert interviews, which coupled with our own experience, ensures we give you the best recommendations for achieving launch success in challenging markets.
|25th June 2018
Senior Associate Consultant Jiayi Chen explains how you can use social media to get under the skin of customers and your competition.
|5th December 2017
Pharma is making measured progress in its adoption of multichannel marketing. But can it actually measure success? And does it even know what good looks like? Chris Ross interviews Senior Consultant Paul Towney Jones to explore the risks and benefits of increased investment in MCM.
|5th April 2017
Channel strategy has long been a hot topic for pharma and is often regarded as the answer to many of today’s marketing challenges. Head of Brand Strategy Jenna Earl discusses these challenges faced by pharmaceutical marketers today, and if channel disruption is really the answer.
|13th April 2016
To get a deeper understanding of how Blue Latitude Health approaches client relationships in the ever-changing marketing landscape, we interviewed Ben Routley, Client Lead across our Agency of Record brands. Here, he talks about what the secret to building long-lasting relationships is.
|10th March 2016
As the wider industry becomes increasingly competitive, clients have started to become more procurement-led, looking for ways to improve margins and efficiencies in their business. The impact on agencies has been substantial, with fewer suppliers on rosters and more aggressive payment terms.
In this article, Co-Founder and Managing Director Martin Brass discusses the evolution of procurement and the new client-agency relationship.
|7th March 2016
Not all organisations are in a position to look at maturity – for some, there’s still a pressing question that needs answering: Why does content need a strategy?
In this article, Content Marketing Manager Liz Inskip and guest blogger Adwoa Baah explain how having a documented strategy for content creation, distribution, management, and governance will empower your brand teams and create organisational efficiencies.
|2nd March 2016
We interviewed Wayne Atherden, Procurement Director Commercial Services at Janssen, our European procurement contact, to get a fuller understanding of his view on the issues facing brand teams and how agencies help to deliver value. Here is what he had to say.
|26th January 2016
The way that many pharma and healthcare brands think about content strategy – the creation, management, storage, and governance of content – hasn’t matured in quite the same way as multichannel marketing strategy.
In this article, Consultant Adwoa Baah and Content Marketing Manager Liz Inskip take us through three things pharma can do to improve content strategy maturity within their organisations in 2016.
|2nd July 2015
Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo talks through the key considerations for pharma companies when designing and delivering digital patient services from a customer experience perspective.
|20th May 2015
In this blog, Senior Consultant Craig Moore, from the Blue Latitude Health Strategy team, discusses the application of the ABPI Code, including incorporating social media into digital patient services.
|14th October 2014
CX Consultant Anna Tamasi attended Julie O'Donnell and Tim White's talk on 'How to move your organisation into a cross-channel world' at the recent Eyeforpharma Multichannel Marketing Summit in London. Anna learned more about their partnership approach with brands, the engagement across all departments, and how this has been their key success factor.
|8th September 2014
Although most companies have espoused the Multichannel Marketing concept, the pharma industry still presents considerable scope for developing and optimising the promotional mix. Deidre Coleman from EyeForPharma sat down with Managing Consultant James Atherton to discuss.
|5th August 2014
The aim of successful multichannel marketing is simple – to deliver, through the use of integrated, data-informed, customer-centric marketing. Here are the nine guiding principles we feel should be considered with multichannel marketing strategy.
|19th May 2014
Clients often contact us with the request to create a strategic, multichannel approach to connect with their audience and build the types of customer relationships that matter. Here are our top ten tips for effective multichannel marketing strategy and planning.
|16th December 2013
Whilst pharma companies have realised the importance of developing multichannel strategies, most are still on the journey to achieving multichannel excellence. Multichannel is about planning, implementing, and integrating multiple touch points and stakeholders to deliver improved return on investment. To achieve multichannel excellence, pharma must incorporate five core elements into their strategies in equal measure, broken down in this article.
|17th October 2013
Pharma are investing in developing multichannel strategies now more than ever before. However, companies are finding that their strategies don’t deliver the results promised by this new approach to customer engagement. Here are three reasons why that might be.
|12th June 2013
Prioritisation is effective multichannel planning, cognisant of existing and desired organisational capability, and built around your customers. This overview provides a number of inputs and models which can assist with the prioritisation of your multichannel marketing as part of your planning process.