Here’s all of our events news: those we’re speaking at, reviews of ones we've attended, what we’re sponsoring, and coverage of important events in the industry more generally.
|6th November 2018
In September, as part of blood cancer awareness month, Blue Latitude Health created an interactive installation which travelled from London to Edinburgh to raise awareness about blood cancer. Just over one month on, we take a look back at some of the best moments from each stop of the tour:
|24th September 2018
Our creative campaign toured the UK to #makebloodcancervisible. View the round up and find out how you can continue to show your support.
|25th May 2018
Blue Latitude Health is proud to announce our team of consultants, customer experience experts, medical writers and account handlers are finalists in the BOBI Analyst Team of the Year competition 2017-18, for the second year running.
|16th March 2018
Precision medicine is set to transform healthcare, however, incorporating these therapies into clinical practice is difficult for both industry and academia. On 14 March 2018, Senior Consultant DavidCooney spoke to top industry players about some of the challenges and opportunities for those working in this innovative field.
|30th October 2017
Simon Young Director and Head of Commercial at Blue Latitude Health gives an engaging speech on the customer-centred future of medical information at Novartis ICE Innovation Day
|13th April 2017
Co-founder and Managing Director Martin Brass will join a panel of industry speakers at the PM Society event ‘Maximising the agency and procurement relationship in pharma’ on 25th April at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
|12th December 2016
On 23rd November, Blue Latitude Health attended the PMEAs to celebrate innovation and success in the healthcare marketing industry. We also ran a photo booth and held a contest for funniest photo. Read on for the winner announcement...
|26th August 2016
On the 3rd of September, Blue Latitude Health’s ‘Blunicorns’ will be participating in a team of four in the Memory Walk to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society. We asked Dorottya Okros, Ditte Funding, Victoria Morton and Beth Hope why they are participating.