Who sings the song in the axa healthcare advert?
The music is a specially-recorded version of the song "Little Things Mean a Lot", which was a number one hit for Kitty Kallen in 1954. The version in the advertisement was produced by Aardvark Sound and performed by Little Shoes Big Voice, a duo featuring Jack Durtnall and Emily Harvey.
This AXA PPP healthcare TV advertisement, created by Kitcatt Nohr Digitas, highlights the benefits of fast track appointments, allowing customers to get on with their lives.
AXA PPP healthcare is one of the most experienced and largest private medical insurance providers in the UK. The firm had been helping people to access the medical care they want for over 70 years and paid out £795.7m in healthcare benefits in 2011.
AXA PPP healthcare is one of the many businesses that form The AXA Group. The AXA Group offer a wide range of products and services that meet the insurance, protection, savings, retirement and financial planning needs of millions of customers throughout the UK and the rest of the world.
Axa UK and Ireland saw its brokered general insurance revenue for the third quarter this year edge down to 4.1% to €791m [£674.2m] compared to the same period last year. Find out more here.