April 8, 2013 (All day) - April 10, 2013 (All day)(Event) Sponsored by: Strategic Leadership for the Health Care Industry
Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
National Harbor, Maryland Event Website
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As more and more people turn to technology to share information with their social networks, one of the challenges companies face is how to adjust their communication efforts to more customer-centric activities. Actively engaging and forming enduring relationships with consumers is now essential to a company’s survival. But how do you build and sustain those relationships?
Does exhibiting offer an effective way to reach new and existing customers? Can you better understand the needs of your audience by exhibiting at conferences? Can you increase your social networking presence by attending conferences? Yes, yes, and yes!
What inspires you? For us, making a difference in the lives of others is what drives our work. During the CDC National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing and Media in August 2012, we learned some ways to help us in our quest to communicate better health.
In today’s communications environment, most would agree that effective communication is more of an art than a science. It’s a topic of substantial interest for the 1,000+ professional communicators attending CDC’s 2012 National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, taking place this week in Atlanta, Georgia. One viable way to connect: Twitter Chats. We learned some tips that can help.