Our interest in digital storytelling and native content is not just trending, it’s an active function of our day-to-day lives.

Sophisticated Comms curates engaging, informative social platforms for a diverse clientele ranging from private clinics, to renowned charities and even overseeing global strategies for multi-national companies.

We develop and oversee social media strategies and delineate audiences and editorial guidelines for regional, national and multi-national campaigns. We built and continue to lead the social media division of a established agency and its processes from the ground up; and consulting with their team  has allowed us to establish PR-informed social strategy.

As part of ensuring a comprehensive service, we convey key performance indicators, which we believe are equally as important as delivering engaging, relevant content. Our team collate key metrics for review and provide a monthly summary highlighting activity and analytics to keep clients informed and enthusiastic about their social media service.

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When the world’s most expensive detox treatment facility wants to reach an ultra-wealthy audience subtly, Sophisticated Comms made it chic

Raising Awareness with Organic Engagement

The Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons Indemnity Scheme has a very niche target demographic in the UK – but Sophisticated Comms strategies have encouraged awareness and engagement in the UK and internationally

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Gamify Surgeons – on the Sly

When multinational medical implant manufacturer G C Aesthetics sought to target a niche (but global) audience through social media, Sophisticated Comms delivered a campaign with a twist.

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