Carlie is a Graphic Designer with a background in artwork, giving her the skills to decipher briefs, understand client expectations and requirements. She has a wealth of experience in a variety of sectors including e-commerce...
With a career as a conceptual copywriter and creative director spanning 25 years, Lou has worked on campaigns for a huge list of clients including Honda, Cancer Research UK, Peugeot, British Airways and Save the Children.
Maria is a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual. She has a wide background in law and social sciences and enjoys the high paced environment of MedComms.
We are pleased to announce our latest hire at Life, Laura Plaku, who joins us as a Senior Account Manager.
Juan has a passion for translating complex scientific findings into visual and meaningful messages that resonate and engage with different audiences, including HCPs, patients and/or stakeholders.
Covid has made working from home mandatory for most agencies. But what if we make permanent the changes forced by the pandemic?
Time is the 21st century’s most precious commodity – we all live in a world where rushing around seems more normal than having a relaxing coffee break.
Many creative people have often found themselves over-thinking, over-analysing, or catastrophising. But why is this?
We’re entering the fourth week of lockdown, having gone through 4 stages of coping with covid19: first disbelief, then humour, then creative ways to deal with isolation, and finally the tragic realisation that our world will never be the same again
Write your own future at Life.
How do you build trust in pharmaceutical marketing? Through what you say, not by how loud you shout.
Artificial Intelligence is invading all areas of healthcare. Is it our saviour or our nemesis?
A study in The Lancet has killed the myth that moderate alcohol consumption can be good for your heart
Yikes. It’s coming up to that time of the year. Love it for the idea at the heart of it (ba..doom..tish!) or hate it for the pervasive commercial madness surrounding it, it’s on its way and it’s not planning on being coy about it.
Ill informed patients make poor health decisions
If the goal of branding is to be different, why do so many pharma brand ads look the same?