05 Sep New Client Spotlight: RONIN provides the remedy for Bromley Healthcare
We are delighted to announce that we are working with award-winning client, Bromley Healthcare. Bromley Healthcare provides services to the NHS and is recognised as one of the UK’s leading health services providing high-standard support to all parts of the community, from pre-natal care to assistance for the elderly. Covering the Bromley, Bexley, Croydon, Greenwich and Lewisham areas, it was a winner of the 2016 Bromley Business Awards.
RONIN’s services have been called upon to design a smart new website to promote the NHS sexual health service in Bromley, and to create a social media advertising campaign for the Trust’s mental health service, Talk together Bromley.
The NHS sexual health service provides free services and wide-ranging help and advice, from relationships and information on unplanned pregnancy to STI test kits.
The new website will provide an environment for visitors, especially young people, to feel comfortable in seeking support and advice. It will also offer a user-friendly and highly functional user experience, so visitors can quickly and easily access the wealth of valuable information available.
The Talk together Bromley team provides therapies and support for adults over 18 and our digital marketing gurus have developed a Facebook advertising programme to generate awareness of the services available to local people for this very topical issue.
Peter Reeve Assistant Director – Business Development for Bromley Healthcare, said. “We’ve been aware of RONIN for a number of years and have always been impressed by their work. We felt this was the perfect project for them to help us with and we are very excited about seeing the outcome.”
Steve Lipscombe, Managing Director of RONIN Marketing, said. “It’s great to be working on a project that is important to so many people, young adults in particular. Sexual and mental health are major issues at the moment and are high on the agenda for the NHS, so we’re delighted to be able to help them reach out to people that need support.”