If your brand wants to have a compelling, ongoing conversation with its customers, healthcare marketing in Los Angeles can help.
The right videos, articles, and posts — the right stories — can communicate strongly and clearly that your brand is the world’s foremost expert and is a trusted, caring resource.
Quality content shows that the team behind your brand cares about providing key information and shared experiences.
Our healthcare marketing Los Angeles team can plan your brand’s content schedule, manage the approvals process, execute the creative, vet the information… even publish your videos, articles, and posts live to websites and social media.
Weill Media’s healthcare marketing Los Angles team generates on-message, on-brand healthcare marketing in Los Angeles for global pharmaceutical companies.
Contact us to see how we can help tell your brand’s story.
Sure there are challenges involved with creating healthcare marketing in Los Angeles, including the fact that this content may be regulated. There might be words that can’t be used. And words that must be used. Strict production schedules. Multiple stakeholder reviews and approvals.
And yet, the content always needs to connect, inspire… dare we say: sparkle?
When we first got into healthcare marketing in Los Angeles, we felt like we experienced culture shock. We’re originally New Yorkers: Fast talkers who time our get-togethers in one-minute increments. That first regulatory review meeting lasted 5 hours!
(The initial pleasantries alone lasted longer than the average New York meeting. Back in New York, we didn’t even have pleasantries!)
We knew our clients were busy people, so we set out to streamline the healthcare marketing approvals process. Today we accomplish the exact same amount of approvals in a small fraction of the time (often less than 30 minutes), including our favorite part… the pleasantries!
Contact us to find out how our healthcare marketing Los Angeles team can implement regulated approvals processes to streamline your healthcare marketing meetings from hours to minutes.