Why is Regional Marketing So Hot?

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Date: August 9, 2011
Time: 2:00 pm EST / 11:00 am PST
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Audience will learn:
1. How regional marketing can benefit your brand's position
2. How to make regional marketing simple and executable
3. The value of a district level driver analysis and how this can become the foundation of regional marketing intelligence


This webinar is good for people who:
1. Are frustrated by the variation in their products performance when comparing one part of the country to another
2. Who are feeling pressure to provide local innovation, but don't know how to do local innovation in a scalable way
3. Who are discouraged at the lack of execution of their strategies and programs

Featured Speakers:
Scott M. Weintraub, senior vice president/principal, Healthcare Regional Marketing
David Zaritsky, managing director, Healthcare Regional Marketing

Sponsored by:
http://www.hrmexperts.com/
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