Warm up your health care marketing
Our Campfires are online conversations among colleagues and guest experts about the issues and opportunities facing health care organizations and marketing leaders.
So if you want a fun, informed, inspired way to wind down, grab your coffee or marshmallow roasting stick and join us.
No pressure: we record it
Too busy to huddle around Zoom and send us questions this week? We get it. Register for a Campfire and we’ll email the link to the recap and replay.
But wait, there’s S’MORE
Previously called “The After Show,” we use this bonus 15 minutes to field your questions, go off topic or dial into the juicy stuff experts need more time for.
Did we mention the fabulous prizes? During each live Campfire, one lucky attendee gets a souvenir Campfire mug.
(You must attend to win.)
STAY CLOSE TO THE FIRE
Sign up to be notified of the next Campfire. With topics about pandemic planning, response and everything involved in the pursuit of better health care marketing.
Call for Guest Panelists
Want to share your thoughts around the Campfire? We’re always looking for interesting voices and perspectives in health care marketing. Just fill out this form and we’ll be in touch.
Here’s what you’re getting into:Each 1-hour Campfire webinar features casual, relaxed, engaging conversations about issues and opportunities facing health care marketers and leaders.
As a panelist, you can fly solo during a one-on-one, “peer to peer” conversation with our team, or you may be invited into a panel discussion with two to three industry colleagues.
It’s simple and casual. (Like sitting around a campfire.)
And there are perks.
- No slide preparation required. Just join the dialogue (unless you have visual cues).
- A pre-show interview identifies topics
- Time commitment: 30 minutes pre-show, 1 hour for Campfire
- Connect with health care marketing colleagues from across the country
- Panelists receive complimentary Campfire Session mug
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