Welcome to AXON Communications. We're a specialist healthcare consultancy firm, supporting clients in clinical trial support services, medical communications, public relations and market access. How may we help you today?


Perhaps you already work with AXON and you're interested in how we could support you further, our contact details, the link to our secure file transfer site, our latest industry insights or maybe you'd like to ask a question or give us some feedback.

Perhaps you are interested in working together with AXON and you're looking for information on how we might be able to support you, what it's like to work together or our contact details.

Perhaps you are interested in joining the AXON team and you're looking for information on what we do, what it's like to work here, what positions are currently available or our contact details.



We'd love to hear about your experience with AXON; where did we exceed your expectations and where could we improve? We're always seeking ways to get better at what we do.

If you've got a query, you can Ask AXON – your very own online communications expert – or take a look at the resources on our industry insights page.

Perhaps you'd like to find out about how we might be able to support you further. Did you know that we work in traditional and digital media across a spectrum of healthcare practices; from clinical trial support services to medical communications, public relations and market access? Had you realized that we have expertise in pharmaceuticals, biologics, medical devices, diagnostics and animal health?


We'd love to hear from you, get to know you and understand what you would like to achieve.
Before you contact us, perhaps you'd like to know if we're the right partner for you. Here's a quick checklist of the activities that we DO and also those that we DON'T. It's not an exhaustive list so, if what you are looking for isn't here, please get in touch with us.

  • DO
  • Pharmaceuticals, biologics, medical devices, diagnostics and animal health
  • Professional and patient advocacy
  • Identify and engage stakeholders
  • Insights research
  • Medical communications
  • Public relations
  • Market access
  • Clinical trial support services
  • Event management
  • Integrated digital and social media
  • International, national and emerging markets programs
  • DON'T
  • Non-healthcare
  • Advertising
  • Investor relations
  • Translation
  • Transcription
  • Print/production and publishing

*For areas where we do not specialize, we're happy to recommend and work together with partners within the industry


Finding the right place to build your career is like finding your perfect house, it's about discovering the place where you feel at home. To help you decide if AXON is the 'home' for you, we've created our own career compatibility checklist. You can also read our article on 'Is agency life for you'.

AXON may be right for you if:

  • You're passionate about science and healthcare
  • You enjoy meeting people and collaborating
  • You're curious and love problem solving
  • You're looking to join a firm where your talents will be leveraged, recognized and developed
  • You'd describe yourself as a 'glass half full' person with a 'can do' attitude
  • You demand the best from yourself and others, and are able to motivate people
  • You enjoy working in a fast-paced, evolving environment and being at the forefront of change
  • Honesty, integrity and respect for one another is vital to you
  • BONUS POINT if you like baking cakes for your colleagues!

Ticked all 8 boxes? What are you waiting for?...
Ticked most of the boxes? We'd love to hear from you.
Ticked <4 boxes? Never say never, but we're probably not the perfect 'home' for you.
Didn't tick any boxes? Not even honesty, integrity and respect?...


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