May 5, 2014
EarthColor will attend the upcoming 2014 PharmaMarketing Summit at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa in Manalapan, Florida. Hosted by Marcus Evans, the exclusive invite-only event will bring together marketing and sales executives from leading pharmaceutical organizations.
Key discussion points will include best practices in digital marketing, integrating innovation into brand strategy, supporting relationship marketing, optimizing multi-channel marketing, and developing patient-centered communication strategies. Keynote speakers and presenters come from forward thinking organizations, and will provide innovative tactics and motivation to tackle key issues. Additionally, attendees can choose from a number of think tank sessions that will address industry-specific challenges and solutions.
EarthDigital’s President, Nico Brusco, will join CMOs, vice presidents and directors from functional roles in global branding, social marketing and digital marketing.
“The PharmaMarketing Summit is one of the top industry events in pharmaceutical marketing. We are looking forward to learning and sharing strategies for facilitating innovation and maximizing multi-channel marketing,” said Nico Brusco.
If you would like to learn more about the PharmaMarketing Summit, visit: http://www.pharmamarketingsummit.com
To learn more about EarthColor’s capabilities, visit: http://www.earthcolor.com/pharmamarketingsummit/
About EarthColor, Inc.
EarthColor is a privately held, full-service provider of print and digital communications. The company is headquartered in New Jersey and has production facilities in New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Texas. EarthColor’s mission is to lead the print communication industry in effectively and efficiently achieving carbon-managed and climate-balanced printing through the development and implementation of innovative technology, environmental standards, and socially responsible business practices.
As one of the largest commercial print houses in the country, EarthColor brings emerging technologies and traditional print together for contextual and meaningful end-user experiences