July 7, 2020 | News | by REQ News | Advertising
WellNet Healthcare Selects REQ as its Marketing Agency of Record
WASHINGTON - Today, national healthcare management firm WellNet selected award-winning digital marketing and brand management leader REQ as its agency of record. WellNet’s lower-cost, transparent group health insurance plans provide employers an alternative health plan that saves money today and limits increases tomorrow. REQ will expand WellNet’s visibility and strengthen its position and promise in bringing immediate strategies to rattle the small and mid-sized employer health insurance buying industry.
“With knockout health insurance premiums and polls showing healthcare to be the number one issue for voters in 2020, employers are taking note,” explained WellNet CEO Keith Lemer. “Spending $20,000 per family on health insurance is simply preposterous for most small and mid-sized businesses, as it impacts the profitability of companies, impacts the take-home pay for employees, and has a chilling effect on the livelihood of families all over the nation. As a leading agency that continues to break new ground in its industry, REQ understands what’s at stake and is working with us to amplify our solution. With its full suite of creative and cutting-edge solutions, REQ is helping us better reach CEOs, executives, and our broker partners looking to avoid the consequences of remaining status-quo. For WellNet, REQ’s support is much more significant than simply partnering with an agency.”
WellNet utilizes their cloud-based administration platform and high-touch engagement approach to help companies across various industries discover lower cost and more effective healthcare options for their employees. With a commitment to inspire organizations to rethink their healthcare options, WellNet enables both companies and their employees to realize significant short-term and long-term cost savings without sacrificing quality of care.
“We are proud to partner with WellNet, who is rethinking how businesses in established markets should innovate and operate,” said REQ CEO & founder Tripp Donnelly. “We are looking forward to supporting WellNet as it reaches its next evolution to control the uncontrollable.”