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Serviceplan Health & Life is Germany's most creative agency for healthcare advertising

In the new creative ranking of healthcare agencies developed by the magazine "Healthcare Marketing", Serviceplan Health & Life was a cut above the rest. The specialist publication, which is one of Germany's most important sector media, included 25 nation

MUNICH, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In the first ranking of the most creative healthcare agencies published by the monthly magazine "Healthcare Marketing," first place goes to Serviceplan Health & Life. The Serviceplan Group agency is therefore the most creative agency for healthcare advertising in the whole of Germany - far ahead of its closest competitor. "We are extremely proud of this result and are incredibly motivated to do even better," explained Mike Rogers. This year, the Creative Director of Serviceplan Health & Life will head the OTC jury at the COMPRIX for the first time and has been selected as a member of the jury at the first Cannes Health Lions awards.

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Alongside Mike Rogers, Consultancy Managers Florian Bernsdorf and Hubert Sichler manage the xy-employee company which is part of Munich House of Communicsation. Serviceplan Health & Life is a member  & partner of Indigenus, the largest global network of independent healthcare creative agencies, and serves customers such as Boehringer Ingelheim, Novartis, Siemens and AOK.

Serviceplan Health & Life is the global all-channel healthcare and lifestyle agency within the Serviceplan Group, Europe's largest owner-managed agency group.

The Serviceplan Group is the largest and most diversified owner-managed and partner-managed agency group in Europe. Founded in 1970 as a traditional advertising agency, Serviceplan swiftly developed the concept of a "House of Communication". This is still the only fully integrated agency model in Germany, combining all manner of communication disciplines under one roof: whether they are brand strategists, creative professionals, media or online specialists, web designers, dialogue or CRM experts, market researchers, PR consultants or sales specialists – at Serviceplan, everybody pulls in the same direction at more than 30 locations worldwide.

As early as the start of the 1980s, Serviceplan adjusted to the requirements of the future in the area of media and, in the mid-90s, was the first communication agency to venture into the growing online market: today, as well as Serviceplan itself, all of the additional corporate brands within the Group – the media agency Mediaplus, the digital agency Plan.Net, and the market research institute Facit – also rank among the market leaders in their respective competitive environments. The precise interplay between the various specialist agencies – more than 40 in all – in matters of creation, technology and media makes Serviceplan the leading agency group for innovative communication.

To learn more, visit us at serviceplan.com or sp-hl.com

Serviceplan Health & Life is also partner of Indigenus

the largest global network of independent health-wellness communication companies, providing multichannel, multistakeholder services to global and local clients worldwide. More than a collection of companies dotting the map, Indigenus delivers proven collaboration across international boundaries, resulting in 100% global coverage. With 16 top-ranking communication companies in all major and emerging markets and cost-efficient global transcreation centers, the Indigenus model flexes to fit any challenge.

To learn more, visit us at indigenus.net.

Press Contact:
Claudia Kirchmair
Corporate Communications & PR
Serviceplan Group
House of Communications, Brienner Straße 45 a-d, 80333 Munich
T: +49 89 2050-2273
E: [email protected]

SOURCE Indigenus

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