The key to a successful ad? Think simple with an unexpected twist.
"If you harness data and creative to make a real connection to your audience, people will follow the bread crumbs and seek information about your product," said Cannes Lions Health judge John Reid.
It's time for meetings that revolve around rosé on the Carlton Terrace. It's also time for the professional creative inferiority complex to pop up for people who make pharma ads.
Industry criticism can create opportunities for drugmakers and other healthcare organizations to create a stronger narrative.
Curious what a 2016 Lions Health judge thinks about creativity? Here's what defines behavior-changing creativity for Guidemark Health's Tina Fascetti.
Lions Health, launched in 2014, generated $1.9 million in revenue last year.
The inspirational value is clear for Lions Health attendees, but there is still confusion about what good looks like for branded pharma campaigns, and how the US fits in.
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