As global corporations reach deeper into every part of our lives, marketing is evolving into something unrecognizable. According to Michael Farmer, in the Mad Men Era of the 1960s and 70s, your average creative agency was responsible for roughly 350 deliverables a year—whether they were print copy, radio scripts, or billboard headlines. Today? The average number of deliverables per creative per year is over 10,000.
After one full year when just about everyone who could was working from home, healthcare advertising agencies have managed to adapt and thrive, using technology to serve their clients, onboard new employees, and create bonds.
PulseCX is a full-service, independent, mid-sized healthcare marketing agency located just outside Philadelphia. PulseCX specializes in optimizing the customer experience (CX) for pharmaceutical brands, medical devices, and OTC products.
The healthcare ad industry continues to thrive and adapt to the new demands for relevance and creativity.
2017 was a very good year for many of the agencies profiled in this annual directory featuring the leading healthcare communications agencies. Some reported individual setbacks, but they were still able to overcome these. As a wave of new drugs and biologics hit the market, several of the top healthcare agencies supported their launches.
For many of the healthcare advertising agencies featured within this annual special report, 2016 was another year of growth and change. With the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States and the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote to exit the European Union, the year also introduced uncertainty to agencies and their clients.
According to closerlook’s leaders, agency growth in 2013 reflects the value of its commitment to smarter marketing. Investments in the agency’s services by new and existing clients led to increases of 44 percent in revenue and 56 percent in staff – including the creation of several c-suite positions.