Who we are
Daman is a full-house digital agency specialized in pharma. From consultancy and advice, to design and implementation of a full digital media strategy or help with just one element, we aim to deliver solutions that move pharmaceutical businesses onward.
The strength of our company lies in the knowledge, skills and expertise of our people, including an in-depth knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry as well as strong technology and online marketing skills. We serve clients primarily within Europe.
With a strong focus on pharma, our mission is to provide you with services and digital solutions that benefit your business in the best way possible. We draw on our skills and experience in the pharmaceutical industry, web technology, digital media and marketing to help ensure your business success.
We use our expertise to collaborate with you and our partners in a professional yet open, approachable and friendly way. The needs of your business are at the forefront of our approach.
We seek to play a responsible, positive role in society, and strongly believe in the importance of communities and the environment. We are passionate about making a contribution, for example where we feel we can help people have a better life.
Since 2008, we have been making donations to Plan International to help change the life of children living in poverty. With this continuous donation, we hope to improve the life of Gabriel-alejandro in Colombia and Noelia-a in Honduras.
Unicef in Myanmar
In 2010, we made a contribution to UNICEF to help build critically needed wells in Myanmar. The country was devastated by the hurricane known as Nargis in 2008 and more than one quarter of the population have no access to clean water.
Save the Children (Red Barnet)
In 2007, we made a donation to Save the Children (Red Barnet). We were able to sponsor a school year for children in Uganda.
DanChurchAid (Folkekirkens Nødhjælp)
In 2006, we made a donation to DanChurchAid (Folkekirkens Nødhjælp). This donation was used to help poor communities in Malawi and India.