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  Events - June 2013


4th Digital Pharma West

24 Jun 2013 - 27 Jun 2013 - South San Francisco, CA, USA



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  What's NEW for 2013

• Pharma Only Networking Breakfast: The best opportunity to get to know your peers before the conference at this closed door experience.

• Expanded Mobile Day: With 6 billion users, expanding this day was a must. Full day dedicated to case studies on innovative platforms and technology with actual data from real pharma marketing launches.

• Flexible Biopharma Partnerships: To ensure we are maximizing your time onsite, we can customize your experience through extensive branding opportunities, tailored workshops, special pricing, and much, much more.

• West Coast SME Biopharm Flavor: We've recruited top speakers from small – medium enterprise's to share their perspectives and strategies for eMarketing so you're getting the insights you crave.

• Health Activist & ePatient Summit and Happy Hour: Led by Health Activist Jodi Seidler, creator of hipster.com, this is your best opportunity to speak freely and frankly with ePatients to find out how to better engage patients.




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