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Page & Page

Page & Page is a new kind of marketing communications consultancy. We change beliefs and behaviours to improve health outcomes through powerful creative and effective communications, without the unwieldiness of a traditional agency model.

Stimulating the imagination is inherent to our process and we’ve honed and developed tools that enable our clients to see new possibilities. By linking those possibilities with measurable objectives, we ensure brands communicate value, relevance and a purpose clearly.

Using insight, imagination and 25-years’ industry experience, we help our clients win share of mind with patients and healthcare professionals. Our talented team has successfully guided market leaders in pharma, biopharma, diagnostics and devices through significant change in global healthcare. Our full-service capabilities, ranging from creative and brand building to content delivery, means we consider your objective from all angles, arriving at the right patient-centric solution.

Areas of Expertise

  • Creative facilitation: We facilitate workshops focused on brand building and for the development of successful communication, whatever the end media. It is our job to stimulate your imagination.
  • Campaign development: We produce award-winning beautifully crafted campaigns that generate measurable success. We imagine, create, write and design for word-of-mouth, digital, print, exhibition. In fact, the medium we choose will be entirely appropriate to the insights and ideas we’re using to reach your target audience.
  • Brand strategy: Businesses need to be clear about their purpose. In this day and age if people are to immerse themselves in your brand, that purpose has to go beyond being purely commercial.
  • Digital & design: Digital is an attitude and not a strategy. The key to success with any digital channel is in interrupting the target audiences’ media habits which in turn means having a clear strategy. Digital can be functional and digital can be entertainment – or it can be something in between.

Team

Paul Townley-Jones
Paul Townley-Jones
Director, Brand & Strategy
paul.townley-jones@pageandpage.uk.com
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Kate Page
Managing Director
kate@pageandpage.uk.com
Stephen Page
Brand and Strategy Director
stephen@pageandpage.uk.com
Matthew Ross
Creative Director
matthew@pageandpage.uk.com
Molly Coxon
Business Manager
molly@pageandpage.uk.com
Paul Hayhow
Senior Creative Designer
paul@pageandpage.uk.com
Rachel Harris
Account Director
rachel.harris@pageandpage.uk.com
Rachel Peat
Senior Project Manager
rachel@pageandpage.uk.com
Richard Rizzo Hills
Senior Account Director
richard@pageandpage.uk.com
Jess Baldock
Junior Copywriter
jess@pageandpage.uk.com
Michelle Burt
Marketing Assistant
michelle@pageandpage.uk.com
 

Press Releases

Page & Page are Growing

In the past month Page & Page have taken on three new starters, so we’d like to take this opportunity to introduce them to you.

Page & Page: How much longer can they keep it a secret?
With the appointment of Paul Townley-Jones as Director of Brand and Strategy and Richard Rizzo-Hills as Senior Account Manager, Page & Page continue to grow the agency’s offering across the widest range of media.

White Papers and Resources

The power of video

Video is not a new marketing channel. Compared to the realms of augmented and virtual reality it’s been around for donkey’s years. And yet video has continued to grow in popularity across the globe more than any other mode of communication. Last year video accounted for 73% of global traffic, with a surprisingly small percentage of that being footage of adorably fluffy kittens/puppies/insert favourite infant animal, or even people ‘accidentally’ injuring themselves in hilarious and evermore imaginative ways.

Apple Watch Series 4: A life-saving tool or just making us more health obsessed?

Apple’s latest Watch boasts lots of new health and fitness features. But are these really beneficial? Or are they just making us more health obsessed?

Seduce anyone in four simple steps
You know the health of the global economy is dependent on our ability to seduce one another – don’t you? And you know that we need to be able to do it quickly too, don’t you? Written by Stephen Page, Brand and strategy stephen@PageandPage.uk.com
Money, sex and power
What really makes your world go round? Is it money, sex or power? Or is it something more subtle?
If you’re not thinking segmentation, you’re not thinking

Having a background in market research I’ve been lucky to work on a number of customer segmentations in my time but working in creative communications it is still too rare that I come across what I would call a proper psychographic or ‘mindset’ segmentation. Instead, many marketers simply group customers into the brand adoption ladder or different levels of competitor loyalty – with mixed results.

I spoke to Craig Galloway, an Associate Director of Marketing at Allergan on what he thinks the challenges are with implementing segmentation.

Written by Paul Townley-Jones, Director of Brand & Strategy @ Page & Page

Omni-empathy
So, we’ve arrived. Our work has stepped beyond multichannel to omnichannel. We can be and in fact are everywhere, all the time. We are omni-present. We are God. Or are we?
Using contextual moments in marketing
Creativity has lost its worth
Creativity has lost its worth, and sadly it is undermining effectiveness
No one is listening to you!
We know it is harsh but you know how frustrating it is. You want them to embrace change but they’ve got cloth ears. That’s why we have produced a guide, useful for any target audience with cutting edge insights about how to communicate more effectively.
Empowering nurses to transform patient care
As Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) turn to action across England, Page & Page’s Communications Director Cori Hollenbach explores whether healthcare companies are considering the influence nurses can have on promoting shared-decision making in prescribing.

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+44 (0)20 8617 8250

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Address:
76 Calverley Road
Tubridge Wells
Kent
TN1 2UJ
United Kingdom

Latest content on this profile

The power of video
Video is not a new marketing channel. Compared to the realms of augmented and virtual reality it’s been around for donkey’s years. And yet video has continued to grow in popularity across the globe more than any other mode of communication. Last year video accounted for 73% of global traffic, with a surprisingly small percentage of that being footage of adorably fluffy kittens/puppies/insert favourite infant animal, or even people ‘accidentally’ injuring themselves in hilarious and evermore imaginative ways.
Page & Page
Page & Page are Growing
In the past month Page & Page have taken on three new starters, so we’d like to take this opportunity to introduce them to you.
Page & Page
Apple Watch Series 4: A life-saving tool or just making us more health obsessed?
Apple’s latest Watch boasts lots of new health and fitness features. But are these really beneficial? Or are they just making us more health obsessed?
Page & Page
Seduce anyone in four simple steps
You know the health of the global economy is dependent on our ability to seduce one another – don’t you? And you know that we need to be able to do it quickly too, don’t you? Written by Stephen Page, Brand and strategy stephen@PageandPage.uk.com
Page & Page
Money, sex and power
What really makes your world go round? Is it money, sex or power? Or is it something more subtle?
Page & Page
If you’re not thinking segmentation, you’re not thinking
Having a background in market research I’ve been lucky to work on a number of customer segmentations in my time but working in creative communications it is still too rare that I come across what I would call a proper psychographic or ‘mindset’ segmentation. Instead, many marketers simply group customers into the brand adoption ladder or different levels of competitor loyalty – with mixed results. I spoke to Craig Galloway, an Associate Director of Marketing at Allergan on what he thinks the challenges are with implementing segmentation. Written by Paul Townley-Jones, Director of Brand & Strategy @ Page & Page
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