Social media sites enable us to interact and communicate with our customers in a way that traditional websites cannot. We use social media as part of our commitment to transparency and to provide information to our customers and stakeholders.
We offer several social media-based services that you can use to keep up to date with GSK news and activities. Some of these are subject to codes of conduct which can be read below or within the social media account itself.
Our official Facebook page contains news about our company plus a convenient location to read our tweets and watch our YouTube channel. We enjoy interacting with our subscribers, so feel free to get in touch.
Our Facebook interaction policies
GlaxoSmithKline does not commit to responding to comments left on any content posted on our Facebook page, and is not responsible for content posted by our subscribers. GlaxoSmithKline reserves the right to remove any comment which violates any of our Facebook terms and conditions. Our Facebook page is not a suitable place to report adverse events related to GlaxoSmithKline products, please contact us directly instead.
We operate several corporate Twitter feeds that allow you to follow GSK news and activities. You may interact with us via Twitter by using an @ mention or reply.
Our Twitter code of conduct
- adding, removing, or modifying any content posted on the account
- blocking other Twitter users
- discontinuing the account at any time
Medical and health topics may be discussed but should not be construed as medical advice.
Our Flickr account contains a range of photographs that can be used by journalists and others when providing information about our company.
GSKvision is our YouTube channel and contains videos related to our financial performance, philanthropic activities and recruitment.
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the Internet. We occasionally use the site to post job vacancies within GSK.