Join our Health Smartees (17 June)

The healthcare market is using an amazing range of social media to develop new products, gather data, and speak to patients and healthcare professionals.
If you sign up for our free Healthcare Smartees in Ghent (BE) on 17 June, you’ll hear providers like AstraZeneca Europe explain how they use these techniques in real life, what they’ve learned from hard experience, and discover the practical advantages of techniques you’ll be able to bring to your work.
Smartees are free workshops for marketers and marketing researchers, led by internationally recognized researchers. They’re smart food for clever researchers, offering the chance to discuss industry developments with colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere.
On Thursday 17 June our Director of Health Research, Magali Geens, will also be presenting our 2010 Health Study called Social Media Use in Health. The study updates previous research and this year has also expanded in scope to include worldwide data. It shows how healthcare providers are using everything from Facebook to Twitter to understand their customers and start a conversation.
Sign up and reserve your place for the Health Smartees here.

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