RFA Advertising & Marketing
RFA is an integrated creative agency with more than 20 years’ experience working with leading life science companies. Based in Oxford, the agency specialises in delivering innovative branding solutions, through forward-thinking strategic direction, creative vision and digital expertise.
- Agency description
RFA is an independent agency with more than 20 years’ experience bringing brands to life through forward thinking strategic direction, creativity and digital expertise all under one roof.
Our vibrant teams of strategists, creatives and medical writers specialise in delving deeply into your data to identify key insights and craft compelling stories that resonate both globally and locally.
At RFA we understand the value of collaboration and the importance of internal engagement across multiple regions. It’s how we produce campaigns that are not only stunning, but incredibly effective. We also have a keen eye for detail and are accredited by all the major CRM/CLM providers, including Veeva, MI Touch, OCE, Agnitio and DSA, so you can be confident everything we produce is 100% compliant.
With all of this you might think there’s no time for fun. But at RFA we believe that if you’re not enjoying yourself, you won’t be producing the best work. That’s why we make sure we take time out, stay fresh and above all, have fun making your brand everything it should be.
So get in touch and give your brand the RFA treatment it deserves
- Key contact
- Rod Fraser
- 2021 Agency Data
- This information was supplied or confirmed by RFA Advertising & Marketing. Bar charts are indicative only, with 100% being the maximum score allocated across all agencies. Billings from UK creative healthcare work are not a subset of total annual billings, and so may show a higher rating.
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- PMSociety Digital Awards 2020 - CRAFT: FILM - Life is calling 2.0 - Finalist
PMSociety Digital Awards 2020 - CRAFT: FILM - Ventolin manufacturing video - Finalist
- This may contain additional awards supplied by RFA Advertising & Marketing that were not included when generating this year’s T40 - please see methodology to find out which awards schemes were included.
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