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‘It’s opened my eyes to the possibilities of new diabetes treatments’ – Ed Snook on working for Kanga

Many of Kanga’s employees have health conditions themselves or are carers for those in their immediate families, and this helps us stay connected to what we do. Our Account Manager Ed Snook, who has Type I diabetes, has recently facilitated

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eyeforpharma Barcelona 2019 -takeaways

Eyeforpharma Barcelona took place last month and was the biggest yet.  Here are some of my thoughts and observations, a few weeks later but that is because I’ve been busy with efp follow-up opportunities! The exhibition hall was more vibrant

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Build or Partner for Customer Relationships?

Develop your own website or connect via trusted 3rd party platforms? This was a central theme at the recent eyeforpharma Marketing Customer Innovation Europe conference in London. The round table I was chairing saw strong views for each ‘side’. Those

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Pharma is Ready to be ‘Human’ in Social Media – and how I got blocked by Twitter!

Report on Pharma Social Media Conference 2018 It would be an exaggeration to say we are already surrounded by brilliant examples of pharma using social media to meet patients’ needs. But at the international Pharma Social Media Conference last week

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My 10 key takeaways from eyeforpharma Barcelona 2018

I sensed an atmosphere of determined optimism mixed with uncertainty. I heard diverse speakers from industry and beyond. This year’s eyeforpharma heralded some deep shifts, bringing together those working to remodel the industry with patients at the centre. Here are

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4 things I learnt at eyeforpharma Barcelona

Last month’s annual eyeforpharma Barcelona saw marketing and medical affairs leaders gather to discuss how they are engaging their customers. For me, the 4 themes of collaboration, patient centricity, ‘succeeding in failing’ and gender equality emerged. Here’s what I came

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Bring back the website

Check out the statements below.  Familiar? We tried a website with brand <x>, and it didn’t work, so we’re not going to build another’. ‘We have got too many websites; we need to reduce the number’. ‘We created this website

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by Kay Wesley of Kanga Health Ltd

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