dependent. Since day one, the company has
been led by co-founder and CEO Leerom
Segal. His leadership has spurred Klick’s
growth rate of more than 30 percent year-on-year since the company’s inception.
Klick is also led by a 10-person senior executive team, which collectively has 211 years of
;roughout the years, Klick’s portfolio of
services has grown, transforming the company into a full-service digital marketing
agency o;ering a full spectrum of services.
Says Segal, “If it’s digital, we do it, and if it’s
not digital, we do it, too.”
According to agency leaders, Klick is preparing for even greater growth in the year
ahead with 100 percent focus on biopharma and medical devices. With 50 percent
projected growth for 2014, based solely on
existing relationships, the company is hiring aggressively in order to scale predictably
and with con;dence to meet this growing
need. It is adding an additional ;oor to its
Toronto headquarters, growing its o;ce
footprint to four ;oors. ;is additional
;oor will feature a new squash court and
expanded ;tness facilities.
In 2013, Klick donated more than $150,000
to various charitable organizations, of
which $88,620 was donated through its
Klick It Forward Program, which enables
employees who come in under budget on a
program to donate the di;erence to a charity of their choosing – conferring a personal
touch to corporate philanthropy. In 2013
alone, employees used their Klick It Forward dollars to buy a total of 265 malaria
nets in Africa, fund 386 micro;nance loans
through Kiva, and donate almost 1,300
goats, pigs and chickens.
To bring its corporate philanthropy program full circle, Klick sent ;ve employee
ambassadors to Rwanda to track the impact of their donations. ;e ambassadors
met local villagers and visited schools in
12 communities, distributing supplies and
sharing in the generosity of their host communities during their 10-day trip.
According to Segal, it all comes down to
helping people, especially patients. “Our
clients are in the business of saving lives and
we consider ourselves fortunate to be part
of the process.” MEDADNEWS
Drawing on the success of two previous recruitment microsites, the Tourmaline Clinical Trial Recruitment campaign
contains three new microsites, plus supporting media assets, to boost clinical trial recruitment efforts for Tourmaline
(MLN9708). This is a significantly more sophisticated campaign than the previous two, with augmented features
based on learnings garnered from the previous clinical trial recruitment initiatives.
To find new talent, Klick wrapped a 25-foot ice cream truck and some smaller ice cream carts with Klick branding and descended onto the streets of New York, New Jersey,
and Philadelphia in full frosty force, stopping at more than 30 different agencies. Agency staffers showed up with resumes and business cards in hand and the campaign
earned international press coverage,.
LGS Together connects the epilepsy community, particularly those affected by Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS).
LGS Together was created for the purpose of enabling the community to share their personal experiences in order
to educate, support, inspire and enrich each others.
In 2013, Klick donated more than $150,000 to various charitable organizations, of which $88,620 was donated through its Klick It Forward Program, which
enables employees who come in under budget on a program to donate the difference to a charity of their choosing – conferring a personal touch to corporate