Monthly Archives: February 2016


More Than Just an Office Move…Much More


Our Ogilvy Healthworld team recently made the move to a new facility on London’s historical South bank. The UK team’s CEO, Matt de Gruchy, reflects on the move and how the new office space is contributing to the robust creative culture of our Ogilvy family.

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Don’t Worry, Be Monkey


Ogilvy CommonHealth Asia Pacific’s managing director, Rohit Sahgal, examines the health and behavior changes that occur for millions during two major cultural traditions: the Lunar New Year and India’s Kumbh Mela pilgrimage.

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Follow Me on Instagram

Social media is here to stay. Arjun Patel, analyst at Ogilvy Healthworld Marketing Analytics & Consulting in New York, explains how healthcare companies can embrace social media as a critical marketing tool for interacting with audiences.

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For Optimized Brand Strategies, Look to Market Research

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The most impactful brand strategies live in a balance between creativity and effectiveness. Ogilvy CommonHealth Market Access’ SVP, market research and strategy, Lori Gittleman, examines the crucial role of market researchers to drive effectiveness through the process of gathering facts, give them meaning, and make actionable recommendations for clients.

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