Monthly Archives: January 2016


Top Picks From CES 2016

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Ogilvy CommonHealth’s Ashley Evens and Nelson Figueiredo deliver their first-hand perspectives on the most thought-provoking healthcare technologies on display at CES 2016 including holograms, virtual reality, wearables, and more.

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Stuck in My Head


Great creative work can stick with people for a lifetime and iconic advertisements still resonate with today‚Äôs audiences. Ogilvy Healthworld’s assistant account executive, Alexis Poindexter-Jenkins, examines how “great creative” can leave a lasting impact on our shared human experiences.

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Viewpoints @ CES: Joe Youssef

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Right now some of the most innovative technologies are being unveiled at the 2016 Consumer Electronic Show (CES). We sat down with Joe Youssef, engagement strategist at Ogilvy CommonHealth and a veteran of CES, to discuss how this event is shaping the future of how we interact with technology.

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How Saying Thank You Can Transform Your Career

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“Thank You” Two simple words have the power to transform an organization into a family. Ogilvy CommonHealth’s senior copywriter, Amy Gross, explores the power of practicing mindfulness, being thankful, and how expressing gratitude can empower teamwork.

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