VIVA! Communications hits 15th year milestone

By Craig Daveson in Marcoms News on
Health and wellness agency VIVA! Communications is celebrating its 15th birthday today as well as its best financial results yet of eight per cent year over year revenue growth.
 
“When I founded VIVA! as an independent, Australian, strategic health + wellness communications agency 15 years ago, I never dreamt it would be so successful, and would still be going strong, so many years later,” said VIVA! Communications principal Kirsten Bruce.
 
“It’s been an incredible journey. I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve built at VIVA! Communications, and of the exceptionally high quality services we offer our existing and growing clientele.”
 
Amongst the company's roster of clients added in recent times are the likes of Amgen, MSD, Ashley and Martin, Apotex, Medibio, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
 
The company’s two year old Queensland office has also been instrumental in campaigns for QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, the Lung Foundation of Australia and Medreleaf Australia.
 
VIVA! Communications is also the only Australian representative of Global Health PR, the world’s largest network of independent agencies working in the health and medical markets.
 
“Through GLOBALHealthPR (www.globalhealthpr.com), clients gain a wealth of benefits, including the opportunity to obtain local, regional and global health communication strategies that come with a streamlined, central administration and one key point of contact,” explained managing director Paul Jans.  
 
“This independent model allows clients to access superior local and regional marketplace insights, a trusted global network, and experts across a wide range of areas.” 

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