Digital profile and online engagement are more important than ever in today's life sciences market, whether you are targeting funding or investors, partners or customers.
Are you visible to your key audiences at a time when it is difficult to engage face to face? Do you have a compelling value proposition? How do you launch new products or services to the market?
Opportunity North East (ONE) is delivering four exciting interactive online workshops to help the life sciences sector in north east Scotland address these challenges with practical advice, best practice models and examples. Expert life sciences marketer Alix Mackay will lead the small group workshops in June, which will cover digital marketing and online engagement, value propositions and market access strategies.
You can book for all the sessions or choose the ones most relevant to you. They are designed to provide practical solutions for life sciences businesses of all sizes, from early-stage commercial concept through start-ups and spinouts to established growth companies.
Each workshop is limited to 15 participants, starts at 10:00 am and lasts 90 minutes, and is delivered via Zoom. Follow the links below for more detail on content and to book.
2nd June – Building your digital presence and engaging your audiences – how to make the most of the opportunity to build presence and engage remotely via Twitter
9th June – Building your market presence online – how to increase your profile in the market and optimise your website
16th June – The anatomy of a value proposition – how to quickly resonate with customers via your online channels
23rd June – NHS market access – how to prepare for the future UK launch of a healthcare solution
These workshops are aimed at management and decision-makers within established life sciences companies based in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire or academics, clinicians and researchers with an active interest in commercialisation. Spaces on the workshops are limited and subject to approval by ONE with preference given to those already working within life sciences businesses. The four initial workshops are fully funded by ONE.
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