Inspired by the success of Snow Companies’ #IAmPatient campaign, Kylee Wood (17) has initiated a teenage version of #IAmPatient to encourage her peers to keep their loved ones safe by staying home. The video has since gone viral. Watch her talk about her experience and share a song she wrote about the need to stick together during this unprecedented time.
As COVID-19 started to upend our private, professional and public lives, Snow Companies immediately understood how serious its impact is on the 100 million people with chronic diseases. The patient-engagement agency created #IAmPatient to demonstrate how much can be done with user-generated content,
Originally appeared in PM360 on April 7, 2020 by Phil Storer & Jon Irvine As marketers, we’ve been taught for decades to sugarcoat and photoshop an ideal image, often masking the stark reality of what it means to be inflicted by a disease. Meanwhile, those who seek the help of modern medicine
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With its 8 awards this year, Snow joins a prestigious group of winners and entries representing (among others) Bloomberg, CBS, Comcast, Discovery Communications, Disney, ESPN, FleishmanHillard, Fox, HBO, Hearst, Microsoft, MLB, NBC, PBS, The History Channel, Time Warner, Viacom, and Vice.
What biopharma has in common with legal and banking is a penchant for creating PDFs as reference guides for everything. The opportunity is now to pivot to a much more personal approach that moves the needle in patient communication. It just didn’t add up. The shipping record was clear: we had sent
This month, we’re proud to celebrate our diversity in cooperation with OHG Voices and our internal Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) Council. Join our Black History Month Patient Panel on February 25th at 4 p.m. ET. Abraham, Chifuan, and Wenora will share their unique perspectives a
Williamsburg, VA, May 5, 2021 – In the year of its twentieth anniversary, Snow Companies is significantly strengthening its leadership team with the promotion of Blake Shewey to President of the agency. Brenda Snow remains at the helm of the company as its CEO. Blake Shewey stands for a
To change the vaccine narrative, we need to apply narrative techniques As published in Pharmaceutical Executive, March 1, 2021 Serene music plays softly as we see aerial footage of a park landscape. Dave’s voice tells us how he found himself in the hospital after waking up from a coma. We see Dave
As a general population, COVID-19 has made us reassess how we engage with our communities. Gone are the days—at least for now—of live engagements and in-person interactions. We’ve embraced digital communications more than ever before, lighting up each other’s devices with the latest TikTok v