Webranking by Comprend: European Healthcare Sector

In an increasingly challenging and competitive environment, this analysis investigates how well leading European healthcare firms meet the growing expectations of stakeholders in terms of transparency and dialogue through digital channels. Who is taking the lead?

Seen through the lens of Europe's 24 largest healthcare firms by market capitalisation, Webranking by Comprend evaluates a company's ability to distinguish itself in an increasingly competitive and challenging business environment. Being able to articulate the healthcare firm's position on corporate issues via digital channels translates into an ability to respond to potential crises and also generates consistent opportunities to build engagement with key stakeholders.

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About Comprend
At Comprend we believe in creating stronger, more engaging Digital Corporate Communications solutions for our clients. We combine communications knowledge with digital expertise. Our international clients rely on us for their IR, media, CSR, employer branding, internal communications and social media. Our work has global reach and successfully supports worldwide as well as local market-specific initiatives.

We are a team of 60+ professionals with offices in Stockholm, London and Lisbon. We have partners in Milan (Lundquist), as well as group partners in the H&H Group: Hallvarsson & Halvarsson, Involve, Jung and Springtime.

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