We know the rules - and the landscape

At Kompas Kommunikation, we know the ENLI rules, are certified in GDPR - and can be strategic, digital and creative at the same time. Since its inception, Kompas Kommunikation has worked with healthcare and pharma. Our current and former customers include both the largest pharmaceutical and life science companies in the world, a large number of Danish and Nordic patient associations as well as hospitals and ministries. We have worked with more than 60 different therapy areas - and we work in a Nordic, European and of course Danish context.

Kompas Healthcare

We have made a small film that shows a little about what we can do in healthcare - with a few clips from some of our latest productions

Is there anything you are curious to know more about? You are always welcome to contact us for a non-committal chat.

200+ campaigns on disease and medical treatment

Vil du eller dine kolleger blive endnu bedre til at skrive? Og ramme jeres målgrupper?

Over the years, we have been behind more than 200 campaigns with disease information and medical treatment as a focal point, targeting both patients, relatives and the general population as well as HCPs, politicians and COPDs in healthcare.

And we emphasize that all our specialists in film, social and digital media, graphic design, copywriting and user surveys are capable of the rare combination of the creative and the regulatory.

But we are not just a healthcare agency. We are constantly looking for inspiration among the other industries we work with, to be able to constantly inspire and contribute to new innovative ways of communicating health.

Being our customers' trusted advisors is very important to us. We value the empathetic, honest and trusting relationship extremely highly. Only then can we advise in the very best, most creatively and at the same time ethically and legally correct way.

And we think that's why we're most often working with our healthcare clients for really many years.

Nysgerrig på bæredygtighed og sundhed?

Hvorfor er medicinalindustrien så afhængig af naturen