| 13th January 2016
Founded in 2003 by Fred Bassett and Martin Brass, Blue Latitude Network started as one of the UK's first strategic digital consultancies; providing advice on how to engage customers through newly established digital channels. The business quickly expanded its services to the healthcare sector, providing strategic marketing services across all channels on regional and international campaigns. By 2010, Blue Latitude Network was working with some of the most influential healthcare brands in the world. From 2016, we have taken the decision to focus our business on serving that sector and addressing the unique challenges and environment faced by healthcare and pharma companies.
Our combination of heritage, approach, and capabilities (insight, strategy, customer experience, and creative services) give Blue Latitude Health a unique perspective in healthcare marketing. It means we're ideally placed to unlock the potential in products and services that save and transform lives. From our consultancy background, we're used to seeing marketing as part of the wider landscape; developing brand strategies for our clients that add true value and designing experiences to genuinely engage customers. We also work to facilitate the organisational change within companies, ensuring alignment and ongoing success.
Based in central London and servicing global organisations, Blue Latitude Health now employ 50 permanent members of staff. We are expanding to 70 employees by the end of 2016, and currently hiring across all teams.
| 2nd October 2017
At Blue Latitude Health, we pride ourselves on our unique, inclusive culture. Here, Senior Talent Manager Deborah Braud explains her role in recruiting the top people from across industry, and why our ‘family-like’ values are crucial to our success.
| 29th September 2017
We can’t believe it has been more than year since we opened our New York Office. Here we speak to Vice President James Atherton to find out about the highlights, the lessons learned and the healthcare industry trends he’s witnessed in the US.