Stirred is an agency driven by an ambition to match the innovation of the health sector with the communications innovation it deserves. We offer communications, marketing and creative services to businesses and organisations that want to positively influence health.
Whether it’s bringing fresh perspectives to challenge the health sector’s tendency to group think, blending strategic communications theory with the reality of integrated programme execution, or placing as much importance on bringing people together as the initial spark of an idea, there can be no one-size approach. So, we've created a 'healthy hybrid' model to help respond to the opportunities and challenges facing health communicators today.
We are also committed to being a force for good, ensuring our actions have a positive impact on our team, the clients and communities we serve, and the wider environment. That’s why we've already started our journey to becoming B-Corp certified.
Our approach is built on a blend of ‘craft’ and ‘graft’ – providing the additional glue that keeps us together, whilst also allowing plenty of room for embracing our differences.
Oh, and did we mention that we’re one of the 'PR Week Agencies to Watch 2022'?
We’re currently operating as a remote-first team, but get together at least once a week (in and around Sussex) to support and inspire each other, and further build our team spirit in the way that only face-to-face interaction can.
We like to think we’re a bunch of grown-ups so operate a flexible working hours policy that balances business and personal needs, with a minimum (not maximum!) holiday limit.
What we can offer:-
- The opportunity to shape both the service offer and culture of a growing business
- Mentoring and guidance from the senior team (reverse mentoring is always welcomed too)
- Freedom to explore and expand your career
- Ownership of projects from start to finish
- The chance to make positive social impacts through the work we do for our clients, and beyond
If you joined the Stirred team, how would you help us to mix up the world of health communications?