Join our Health Smartees on April 25 in Ghent!

On Wednesday April 25, we organise the 4th edition of our Health Smartees at our European headquarters in Ghent (Belgium).  Not familiar yet with our “Smartees”? These are half-day seminars for marketers and researchers offering small “bites” of inspiration to keep up with the latest thinking in your domain.  Our Smartees also give the opportunity to network and exchange ideas with peers. And: you’ll leave our building with new insights and strategies you can apply to your work the next day.
Our 2012 Health Smartees kicks off at 9h15 with a delicious WeightWatchers breakfast. And no, we don’t necessarily believe you all should lose weight 😉 but amongst others we bring a research case on diabetes (with Janssen) and want to “walk the talk” to kick-off the day well! Other topics covered by our international health team include patient empowerment (What is the role of HealthTech?) and social media behaviour in the broader health arena with a lot of practical examples from within the sector.
Relevant insights from our recent ‘Big 3 Study’ (analysing branded social media data scraped from YouTube, Twitter and Facebook) will also be included. The detailed programme is available online.
Places are limited, so sign up today at And of course, feel free to spread the word!  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact  Looking forward to seeing you there!

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