Are you grappling with a particular healthcare related marketing challenge? You may feel the issue that you face is unique to you, but as we work with over 90 NHS organisations across the UK, the chances are we’ll have tackled it before.
A problem shared is a problem halved, and we’ll use our expertise to lighten the load and bring a fresh perspective.
And as NHS employees ourselves, our motivation is different to that of a commercial agency. We are committed to improving the way that the public sector communicates, and any profit we generate as a by-product is returned to the NHS, via our host organisation Isle of Wight NHS Trust.
Our design team boasts a broad array of talent – our natural enthusiasm means we go the extra mile to deliver an end product that will reach your target audience in a clear, creative and concise way.
As the only NHS service to be accredited by the Periodical Publishers Association (PPA), we can ensure your job vacancies are seen by the right people – be that via job boards, social media, niche print titles or outdoor advertising.
We’ll review and develop your online presence to ensure you have a site that’s responsive, engaging, attractive, easy to use and easy to find – as well as being easy for you to update.
Developing awareness campaigns that target particular socio-demographic groups to influence and challenge the way people think or act, with the ultimate goal to change unhealthy patterns of behaviour.
Good design in the NHS isn’t just about how a service or Trust promotes itself to its local population or commissioners.
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It was great to see our #LiftTheBaby film playing on the big screen at the first home game of the season for London Irish last week.
Any health professional will tell you that in amongst the hurly burly of everyday life, we all need some time for our own wellbeing – some ‘ch
Lip-synching aliens and people. ‘It’ll be fine,’ they said. ‘Don’t worry,’ they said. ‘You can do it!,’ they said. Erm, OK…
(fortunately not because of injury or ill-health!)