KNB Communications is a top health tech marketing and PR agency that spreads awareness and communicates your value, getting you noticed and respected in the noisy healthcare technology space.
Healthcare is not one of our verticals; it is our only vertical. Established in 1998, our firm grew up in the space. We have a deep understanding of the subject matter, nuances, and complex regulatory environment. Our media relationships in this niche field are extensive and long-standing.
From AI to medical devices, KNB has a track record of success with life sciences companies. In the last few decades, we have partnered with over 150 clients to help them reach their business goals with our award-winning PR and marketing strategies.
We provide our public relations and marketing services exclusively in the healthcare and healthcare tech space, including life sciences and medical devices.
Though we are headquartered in Stamford, CT, our remote team members span the continent. That’s because we’re committed to hiring the top minds in healthcare marketing and PR, and our passion for health IT knows no boundaries.
President and Managing Partner
We are the passionate, growth-minded and data-driven partner that will help you achieve your healthcare business goals.
Director of Client Services
If you have a vision, but no strategy, what you really have is a hallucination. That’s why work with every client to ensure their vision is backed by an exceptional communications strategy, which we then implement into reality.
Vice President of Marketing + Sales
B2B healthcare marketing can, and should be, creative and engaging.
Written for healthcare communications professionals, our platinum-award winning blog keeps you up-to-the-minute informed on everything health tech, public relations, and marketing.
Your success is our success. From medical devices to health IT SaaS products, what we look for in a client is a healthcare product or service that will revolutionize the medical world in a positive way. Then, we use our skills in communications to get the word out about it.