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|17th May 2016
Blue Latitude Health is pleased to announce that, as of the first quarter of 2016, we have grown our teams by 35%. And by the end of the year, we expect to reach 43% growth across the company.
|4th May 2016
On 4th June, 2016, Blue Latitude Health’s own David Cooney will be participating in a team of four in the Blenheim Palace Triathlon to support Bloodwise, the UK’s largest blood cancer charity. We sat down with him to hear a bit more about the triathlon and how we can help.
|20th April 2016
Content Marketing Manager Liz Inskip talked to Senior Consultant Jenna Earl and Account Director Dolan Desai to get their take on what makes working here different. They’ve both worked in other businesses similar to ours, and had a lot to say about the Blue Latitude Health difference.
|22nd March 2016
At Blue Latitude Health, we have both medical writers and creative copywriters on staff. To better explain why it’s important to have both, and what the difference between the two roles is, Content Marketing Manager Liz Inskip interviewed our writers so they could explain it in their own, well-crafted words.
|7th March 2016
Head of Insight Martine gives a first-hand perspective of what it’s like to live with cancer, and additional insight into what it means to be a cancer patient.
This is the third instalment of a three part series about living with breast cancer.
|19th February 2016
Blue Latitude Health’s Managing Director, Martin Brass, and Johnson & Johnson’s Director, David McKimm, to co-present on the topic “Optimising Your Marketing Spend in New Ways to Create Value for Your Customers” at ProcureCon Healthcare conference in Zurich on 1st March 2016.
|18th January 2016
A listing of all the places Blue Latitude Health have been covered in January 2016. This month saw us featured in PME, the PME Strategic Planning supplement, and PharmaTimes discussing service design, patient-centricity, and product positioning strategy.
|14th January 2016
In addition to our full-time staff, we currently work with around 10-15 freelancers at any given time across our different capabilities. Many of the freelancers we work with come back to us time and again because they enjoy working with us. To get a better understanding of why freelancing at Blue Latitude Health is different, we sat down with a few freelancers from across the different teams to ask them.