Latus Health appoints DA Creative Studio as new marketing partner

01st Oct

Creative marketing and PR agency Drunk Animal Creative Studio has been appointed as the marketing partner for customer-focused occupational health specialist Latus Health.

Latus is on a mission to revolutionise the customer mindset towards health in the workplace. The appointment of DA Creative Studio, which has become known for its bold approach and innovative marketing strategies, solidifies the brand’s aims of becoming a changemaker in the occupational health marketplace.

“The vision of Latus struck a chord with us immediately as we discussed their plans for the next twelve months and beyond,” said Drunk Animal’s creative director, Calvin Innes (pictured).

“They’re an ambitious company who have already established themselves as innovators in their sector. The brand synergy for us was obvious and we’re looking forward to seeing where we can help them in reaching their goals.”

Jack Latus, managing director of Latus Health, said: “We are excited to be partnering with Drunk Animal as we continue our journey of disrupting the corporate health industry. Their creative experts specialise in delivering powerful, content-focused marketing campaigns, making them the obvious partner for us.

“At Latus, we are working towards a healthier, greener future for everyone. We believe that human longevity and the health of our planet go hand-in-hand and that digital health solutions will be key to success. Our mission is to improve access to preventative healthcare through the use of proactive digital health screening solutions.”

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