Influencer Marketing for Life Sciences

You CAN complete an online booking for colleagues for this event. Wednesday, 29 Jan 2020 8:00-10:00

 

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How to make influencer marketing work for your life science organisation.

Influencers, unlike celebrities, can be anywhere. They can be anyone. What makes them influential is their reputation on social media and the trust they hold with their audience. An influencer can be a chemist on Instagram, or a well-read cybersecurity blogger who tweets, or a respected CEO on LinkedIn. Within any industry, there are influential people—you just have to find them. 

Telling a powerful story is the most effective way to create a deeper emotional connection with customers. Social media is saturated. Brands fight for their share of voice, making it increasingly difficult to stand out from the crowd. As a result, influencer engagement is increasingly becoming a central part of the PR brief.

During this session we will explore what makes an influencer, what role do they play within your business objectives and why influencers can help to build better longer lasting relationships and generate greater engagement with your target audience.

Programme:
8:00 Registration and tea/coffee/pastries on arrival
8:15 Welcome from hosts
8:20 Presentation: How to make influencers work for your life science organisation
Olly Cooper, Kiss Communications
9:20 Final Remarks
9:30 Networking
10:00 Close

This event is complimentary, but please still register to secure your place. 


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When
January 29th, 2020 8:00 AM   to   10:00 AM
Location
One Nucleus Limited
The Portway
Granta Park
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB21 6GS
United Kingdom
Contact
Phone: 01223 896450
Phone: 01223 896456
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