Life Healthcare Communications
Life is an award-winning integrated creative healthcare communications agency based in Windsor. We specialise in advertising solutions tailored for the Medical Industry
PM Society gold award winner
Proud member of the Indigenus network.
Hatred has no religion. Hatred has no nationality. It lives wherever people feel excluded and alienated. Planting hatred obliterates lives. But from the crater, love grows.
Poster boy Ben blazes a trail
We're happy to report that Ben Dragon, our Head of Art, recently won a competition to design some posters for Great Western Railway and The Surrey Hills. The posters are promoting a series of walking trails in the Tillingbourne Valley.
Curiouser and curiouser… the Life campaign keeps on growing
You may have seen the latest ad in the Life campaign, which shows that a touch of creative magic can help any brand to grow.
If it's piqued your curiosity, contact Life and we'll give you a peek at our "storytelling" presentation.
And we'll explain how Life can give your campaign a fairy tale ending.
Life is now a member of The BlocPartners
For the past 3 years Life has been part of Indigenus - a global network of independent healthcare agencies. Now Indigenus has become The BlocPartners alliance. Our transition to The BlocPartners signals a deeper commitment to collaboration and sharing excellence. Life is, and will remain, an independent company. But our membership of The BlocPartners means we are part of a global family that is committed to improved performance across the healthcare world. blocpartners.com
See the magic happen
Have you seen the latest chapter in the Life story? We’ve put together a magic carpet tour of our recent work. We’re also developing a new phase in the Life fairytale campaign. To see how the tale continues, or to discover how we can bring your brand’s story to Life, just say the magic word
Amanda helps Life expand
Life is growing yet again due to continued business success. Amanda Walker joins the Client Services team as Senior Account Manager. Amanda graduated from the University of Exeter with a BSc Hons in Biological Science. She’s built up some great experience, previously working at Ogilvy Healthworld and latterly at Binleys, across a broad range of therapy areas. With over ten years of experience, Amanda’s science background and exceptional organisational skills will be a great asset to the team.
No obstacle to great creativity
Life is delighted to welcome Faye Donohue to the team! Faye joins Life as a Senior Designer. Faye, having studied Graphic Communication at Plymouth University, has over 12 years of industry experience. Faye has worked across the board at various creative agencies predominantly in the sectors of Technology, Automotive, FMCG and Healthcare. When she isn’t flexing her creative muscles, you will find her training hard at bootcamp or competing in obstacle course races. Great to have you at Life, Faye!
Life's Christmas gift
Christmas is a time for giving. So this year we are helping James Mackey, a local man who lost both his legs due to sepsis, to raise funds for some prosthetic limbs so he can restore a little normality to his life. James's ful story is here, and his fundraising page is here if you feel inclined to add a donation of your own. We hope you all have a happy, healthy and peaceful Christmas!
Just what the doctor ordered
Life is tickled pink to welcome Dr Andrew Webber to the team as Medical Director. Dr Webber, an entrepreneurial physician with over 35 years of front-line experience in Primary Care, has been involved in innovative digital initiatives since the birth of the internet. He has also been a Thought Leader in Online Marketing at medical/industry forums and will happily answer any embarrassing questions from his new colleagues, medical or otherwise. Great to have you on board, Andrew.
Latest Life blog
Bog-roll origami: adding value in an undifferentiated market
When you are competing with similar products, you need to find a point of difference that is valued by your customers
Could tech save the NHS?
The recent cyber attack on the NHS showed the danger of not investing in technology. But the right kind of technology could save it.
Expect great things
It takes vision to identify and resolve unmet medical needs