With years of experience in the health care marketplace, agency President Temi Sacks created and ran several health care divisions in some of the top New York based public relations agencies. She has launched new and innovative pharmaceuticals, defended pharmaceuticals that underwent crises, created consumer-interest groups, trained physicians as media spokespersons, and worked with non-profits to develop and implement educational healthcare programs.
Located in New York, the media capital of the nation, we have developed relationships with top-target media that work with us to help present our clients’ point of view.
We work hard on behalf of our clients to produce results that affect their bottom line. Our public relations and marketing communications programs cut through the competitive noise of the digital world and bring brand recognition to our clients. Our proactive campaigns are smart, savvy and targeted to meet and exceed expectations.
On behalf of Majestic Drug Company, a leading manufacturer of personal care OTC products, the Agency served as agency-of-record publicizing a wide range of consumer products from KutKit Styptic Swabs, for emergency cut treatment, to a full line of emergency dental products.
We are avid storytellers who have told the stories of such clients as the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, where through the media, we communicated the value of osteopathic physicians; and for The Floating Hospital, the value of childhood vaccinations; and for Beth Abraham Hospital, the benefit of proper care for seniors.
We are creative thinkers and have developed some of the best and most successful special events including the original Migraine Masterpieces Art Contest on behalf of Wyeth and the National Headache Foundation. We asked migraine sufferers to paint the pain of their migraine and to enter their artwork into a nationwide contest. Hundreds of paintings flooded our office and were culled down to the top 100, which were then judged by a prestigious panel that selected the top 25 winners. These finalists were feted in a New York SOHO art gallery where they remained on free exhibition for a month. Nationwide media attention resulted in coverage by all of the leading networks and media, as well as inclusion on the cover of migraine books and educational illustrations.