LF&E on the Social Sphere
As with the vast majority of other successful companies around the world, we understand the importance of social media in today’s age.
Keeping our industry updated with informative, regular social posts through our channels is key in ensuring that LF&E engage with their audience and provide a fantastic platform for people to get in touch, ask us questions or leave reviews regarding our level of service.
We love answering people’s questions and relish the reviews we get from our army of satisfied customers, including our recent announcement of winning the TCS&D Awards in Spetember this year, this is why we’re an active and responsive user on all of our social media channels.
Why not take a quick read about each one below and what we use it for and learn how we are responsible social community managers?
We’re most active on our LinkedIn channel and regularly use this network to connect with our existing partners and build new relationships with pharmaceutical and industry professionals. Connect with Jason here on LinkedIn
As is the niche nature of our business, it’s vital that we keep in contact with other specialists in our industry and therefore are always looking to bolster our network by connecting with fresh faces.
What’s more, thanks to the nature of LinkedIn being a social network that’s primarily focused on professional networking, employment and industry.
LinkedIn is the platform of choice for us to get involved in the important conversations going on in the pharmaceutical world.
Whether its what the new drugs are on the market and how best to transport them.
As you’ll also know, LinkedIn is an excellent resource to scout out for exciting new talent and we’re always keeping our eyes peeled in case we see someone we like the look of. Look to join the LF&E team?
Another channel you’ll see us regularly updating is our Twitter.
We’ve got a strong base of followers and love tweeting our customers and partners as well as uploading a variety of fresh, interesting content such as short snappy video clips and links to our blogs.
Why not get @ us using the hashtag #temperaturecontrolled and check out our content? #seeyouthere
The pharmaceutical industry relies upon knowledgeable and timely information about trends and developments going on in the medical world, which is exactly what you’ll find by checking out our Google Plus account.
Everything from our take on how Brexit will affect medicine in the UK to detailed analysis on new drugs entering the market is covered in our blogs.
We’re constantly monitoring new trends and questions so we can offer you an informed expert’s take on what’s happening in the world of pharmaceuticals.
With almost five billion videos watched on YouTube every day, YouTube’s audience has never been as big or diverse as it is today.
We know that many people simply prefer watching videos rather than reading a wall of text, which is why you’ll find a collection of captivating and educational videos on our YouTube page.
With clips showing everything from our home delivery process to our specialist food courier service, why not check out our channel and subscribe to learn more about us?
One of the first things people do when they want to find out more about a company is to check their Facebook.
As with our Twitter, we regularly keep our Facebook updated with new content and you’ll be sure that any inboxes you send us will receive a prompt and friendly reply.
We also use facebook messenger to engage with our facebook fans so why not send us a message and lets start the conversation.
We feel as a leading refrigerated transport provider in the pharmaceutical, medicines and patient homecare sectors we are responsible to provide engaging valuable content on our blog channel, you can also subscribe to our blog channel and get the latest updates straight to your inbox when we post fresh new content every week.
The refrigerated transport industry is speclialist, as is its customer base and we welcome your comments on our blog to engage with our entire industry. lets get the conversations started, get started by leaving us a comment on this blog post and we look forward to networking with you soon.
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Whatever we do and whatever we deliver, it’s the patients who are our highest priority. They’re the ones the medicines are for, so it’s imperative they receive quality every step of the way.
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