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The Healthcare industry is in a state of flux. Companies, prescribers, practitioners and patients are facing changes on an unprecedented scale. What are companies and industry organisations doing to adapt to this new environment. Stay ahead by attending webcasts in this channel to interact with experts and thought leaders in the Healthcare industry.

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Engaging Your Webinar Audiences: Secrets of an Email Marketer Are you using email to extend the engagement of your live audiences, capture on-demand viewings and keep your subscribers actively interacting with your content over time? Join this presentation to learn how you can craft an email journey that will generate webinar leads, nurture prospects and build customer trust and loyalty for your business.

This webinar will explore real-life examples and tested optimization tips for webinar emails, including:
- On-boarding and activation emails
- Behavioral and transactional emails
- Marketing emails and invites
- Engagement and re-engagement emails
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Nov 14 2013
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  • Are you using email to extend the engagement of your live audiences, capture on-demand viewings and keep your subscribers actively interacting with your content over time? Join this presentation to learn how you can craft an email journey that will generate webinar leads, nurture prospects and build customer trust and loyalty for your business.

    This webinar will explore real-life examples and tested optimization tips for webinar emails, including:
    - On-boarding and activation emails
    - Behavioral and transactional emails
    - Marketing emails and invites
    - Engagement and re-engagement emails
  • We’ve come a long way from the Wild Wild West of sales and marketing efforts, where we were shooting blind and straight from the hip. It used to be that customer intelligence and behavior insights were slim pickings. Sales and marketing teams worked largely independently of each other – marketing established the brand messaging, while sales focused on prospecting and closing deals.

    The Wild Wild West has now become the Online Globe – disruptive technology advancements have revolutionized the way buyers make purchasing decisions and have drastically shifted how companies engage with buyers. A disjointed approach to sales and marketing doesn't cut it anymore.

    Discover how you can integrate your marketing and sales systems for better engagement with your buyers and improve lead conversion. Act-On’s Chief Marketing Officer, Atri Chatterjee, will discuss how you can leverage customer intelligence and insights to build a consistent and compelling marketing program that closely ties into your sales objectives to not only turn more prospects into customers, but also help you better engage with customers to increase their loyalty and commitment to your products or services.
  • The world has changed—we are living in the most challenging financial times in history. In order to achieve sustainable business growth you need to know your customers better than anyone else and meet their needs at the deepest level by constantly adding value. Does your business have the unfair competitive advantage it takes to not just survive but thrive?

    Watch this session as Tony Robbins explores how to add more value to your customers through constant and never ending innovation and marketing.


    *About Tony Robbins*
    For over 35 years, Anthony Robbins has helped people to breakthrough and take their lives to another level — in their businesses, personal finance, families, careers and health. More than 50 million people in 100 nations have used his powerful strategies of leadership psychology, negotiation, business turnarounds and peak performance to create an extraordinary quality of life.

    The creator of the #1 personal and professional development system of all time, Robbins has been honored by Accenture as one of the “Top 50 Business Intellectuals in the World,” and by American Express and Harvard Business School as one of the top business leaders in the world.

    Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com, recently stated, “Tony Robbins and his strategies and tools, have been at the core of our culture from the beginning. He has been one of the critical keys to Salesforce.com's leadership in cloud computing and its growth into a 3 billion dollar company.”
  • Customers have become increasingly empowered and discerning through technology. They no longer let brand owners, retailers, or mass media dictate their agenda. So accommodating customers today is more challenging for marketers than ever before.

    This webinar focuses on the strategic dimensions and success factors for engaging customers across discreet yet interconnected marketing channels. The emphasis includes: (1) perspectives on effective multichannel strategy, (2) frameworks for building omni-channel architecture, and (3) tools for equipping organizations to deliver brand designed experiences across channels . . . seamlessly.

    The takeaway will be a better understanding of how to develop & deploy multichannel strategies in a fiscally responsible way that fits your business model, brand positioning, and organizational culture.
  • Are you guilty of content dumping? Join Christine Crandell, President of New Business Strategies as she discusses the real numbers your marketing team should be accountable for.
  • You've recruited them, trained them, and helped them execute several sales but your channel partners still struggle when it comes to truly marketing your solutions. Whether lack of resources, know-how or bandwidth your partners need more marketing resources and assistance. In this 1-hour webinar with channel marketing maven Alexandra Krasne learn how to provide them with just that and walk away with:
    - An in-depth overview of the types of marketing designations your partners fit into
    - Programs you can implement today to make your partners better marketers
    - Resources and strategies to truly drive business through your channel

    About Alexandra:
    Alex’s background as a journalist fuels her passion and creativity as a storyteller. It’s the secret weapon behind the successful content marketing campaigns, winning demand generation programs, and engaging social media efforts she has lead for startups, nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies. Truly compelling stories transcend any medium and move audiences to buy, engage, and connect. Alex has successfully translated compelling stories to video, blogs, tweets, website copy – and helps Channel Maven clients do the same.
    With more than a decade of experience as a technology journalist, Alex’s writing has appeared all over the web and in print, including: PC World, Wired, CNN, CIO, The Houston Chronicle, TechSoup, Silicon Angle, ComputerWorld, Micro Publishing News, ARN, and Linux Today.
  • Social business represents a new transformational opportunity for organizations. After initial forays into external social media, many companies are now discovering the value of applying social approaches, internally as well as externally. Social business can create valued customer experiences, increase workforce productivity and effectiveness and accelerate innovation. But many companies still wrestle with the organisational and cultural challenges posed by these new ways of work.

    Join this webinar to hear the proven results from easily integrating social into your everyday tools to improve your business.

    About the speaker:
    Chris Moore is a Social Business Specialist for IBM Collaboration Solutions. He has 7 years experience and knowledge of Collaboration and Exceptional Web Experience technologies; including IBM Notes, Domino, Sametime, Connections, Docs and Web Experience Suites.
  • In this webinar John Sweeneyprovides a Case Study on how DemandGen uses video and webinar as part of its marketing strategy. DemandGen, the world’s largest Integrated Lead Management consultancy, use video and webinar content to generate names, nurture leads and close new business. This webinar will describe the role video and webinars play in the company’s lead management process and the progression of prospects the through the Demand Funnel.

    · Top of Funnel - Building a community through webinars (on the BrightTALK DemandGen Channel)

    · Middle of The role of video and webinars in lead scoring and lead nurturing

    · Bottom of Funnel - Using video and webinars to close new business

    John Sweeney, Managing Director of DemandGen UK, will share insights on how best to combine video and webinars into a demand generation activities and provide examples of how to use video and webinar effectively.
  • Running content marketing programs can be daunting, specifically for organizations that are running content marketing programs for the first time.

    This webinar will take you through the steps needed to launch and run a consistent stream of content through webinars and videos. As well as being littered with case studies and examples of 'top notch' programs this session will also share those much needed practical tips and quick wins to get you on your way to a successful program of events.

    Patricia Page, Marketing Programme Manager EMEA at BrightTALK, has been focused for the passed three years on initiating such content programmes and working with clients across finance and technology industries to help them develop their own content marketing plans with exceptional results.

    Quoc-Thai Dang, Demand Generation Marketing Manager, BrightTALK is focused on using webinars and videos to drive highly engaged sales-qualified leads for BrightTALK . He will be sharing his expertise and insights on how to target specific audiences for successful program outcomes.
  • "Pharma's Social Media Trials and Tribulations"

    A Record of Social Media Events Impacting the Pharmaceutical Industry

    The pharmaceutical industry is at a turning point in its adoption of new social media tools and applications for communication with healthcare professionals, consumers, patients, policymakers, and payers. Practically every pharmaceutical company has launched a social media project or application of one sort or another. To be sure, not all these efforts have been successful. This presentation will explore what worked and what didn't by highlighting the major trials and tribulations of pharma's social media "road trip"

    Topics and discussion points include:

    Is the Industry Ready for Social Media? Results of the Pharmaguy Social Media Readiness Self-Assessment Survey
    History of FDA's Promise to Provide Social Media Guidelines. What's Gumming Up the Works?
    The Major Milestones of Pharma Use of Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. All Offer Useful Lessons.

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