Give the cool 20% of your audience cool stuff, like apps. Relate to the other 80% in ways that are less cool
A level of trust happens when you have an in-person relationship that just can't be recreated online
Agencies must generate emotional resonance with the target audience, not unlike Apple, Pepsi or Nike
Don't waste another minute or dollar on your brand standards manual. It's painfully irrelevant
The new information age in which we live has made it unnecessary for patients to "live in the dark"
Digital collaboration platforms make it convenient for pharma and thought leaders to engage
You have to approach quality assurance as an intrinsic part of the process, not an afterthought
Specialty brands ignore more than 50% of the specialists they serve, so 50% of the audience is wide open
Prescribing decisions have become tied to potential therapeutic benefits and the total "Patient Experience"
The question should be: How do you simplify and identify the moments that mean the most to customers?
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