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Digital Pharma Canada

22 Apr 2013 - 23 Apr 2013 - Toronto, ON, Canada

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From the excitement generated at our 3rd Digital Pharma West conference, the huge success of the 6th Digital Pharma East flagship event; and the fantastic response seen from the 5th Digital Pharma Europe conference, held at the Bristol-Myers Squibb HQ in Paris, France; it has been another ground breaking year for the Digital Pharma Series™.

The event has been researched with Canadian pharma marketing teams and is designed specifically for Canadian pharma marketing teams. The digital marketing environment is rapidly growing in maturity; solidified by the ever increasing requests for approval and guidance on digital initiatives received by regulators. With impending guidelines to provide a framework for content on websites and social media policy scheduled expected to be in place by the turn of the year, there has never been a stronger impetus to ensure that your digital teams are on pace with the multitude of solutions and technologies available to deliver higher ROI on your eMarketing initiatives.

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