Category Archive for: Events

media relations

Making Media Relations Connections

I made the move from Boston to SF four months ago and couldn’t be happier to be in the hub for technology and healthcare innovation. The SHIFT SF office is located right in the thick of it all in downtown SF. As such, I had the opportunity to attend a few events from last week’s…

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Q4 Top Blog

SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q4 2017

As the year comes to a close, we like to analyze the SHIFT archives to learn what content performed best. It’s important to take see what worked and what didn’t work to plan for the new year to come. Want to see how to analyze your own blog? Here’s how. The best of Q4 2017…

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AI in healthcare

The State of AI in Healthcare

There is no doubt as to whether artificial intelligence is poised to disrupt an array of industries and disciplines – be it marketing or healthcare. AI holds the potential to address massive pitfalls specific to healthcare – ranging from administrative tasks like speeding the input of patient notes into the electronic health record, to clinical…

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client event

Does Your Client’s Event Have PR Value? A Strategic Checklist

“We’re hosting an event. Will you come?” – Client A seemingly easy question, with a not-so-easy-answer. Yes, getting out of the office to attend a client event may seem like a welcomed change, but it could also lead to headaches down the road if you’re not thinking about the event strategically. So, before you say…

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event planning

6 Tips for Planning a Successful Consumer Event

Event planning can be stressful. From wrangling outside vendors, to working hand-in-hand with event coordinators, to the actual activation, planning the perfect event can be a challenge for even the most seasoned PR pro. However, there are a few steps you can take to put your team and client in the best position to execute.…

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ibm cdo strategy summit

IBM CDO Strategy Summit Roundup

The IBM Chief Data Officer Strategy Summit, a bi-annual event hosted by IBM, just wrapped up its fall edition. At this event, Chief Data Officers from around the world to discuss and share insights as peers. SHIFT Communications and NATIONAL Public Relations sent a team of three to the Boston CDO Strategy Summit to learn…

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How to Analyze Conference Data For Marketing and PR

Conferences are amazing, rich sources of information; by their very nature, they bring an industry’s audience together in one location. One of the services we provide to clients is the ability to investigate a conference or event for marketing communications purposes. The Value of Conference Data What happens when we bring a crowd of like-minded…

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National Health IT Week

SHIFT Healthcare Celebrates National Health IT Week

This week marks the 11th annual National Health IT (NHIT) Week, which the founding organizations define as “a nationwide awareness week focused on the value of healthcare IT.” Over the course of #NHITWeek, individual health IT advocates and various healthcare organizations will attend in-person and/or virtual events at the nation’s capital and across the country.…

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marketing best practices

Marketing Best Practices from BrandHIT

Miss our BrandHIT preview post? Check it out here! I had the opportunity to attend BrandHIT last week in Las Vegas. BrandHIT is a new conference hosted by industry leader HIMSS that offers marketing best practices specific to the health information technology (HIT) community. My colleague, Christopher Penn, also spoke at BrandHIT about how to build…

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Marketing Technology Conference: MarTech SF 2017 In Review

I had the opportunity and privilege to speak at this year’s MarTech SF, the marketing technology conference, and wanted to share some of the highlights and takeaways from the show. MarTech is the marketing technology industry’s premier conference, where our industry goes to talk shop about what’s next. The Mega Landscape The conference kicked off…

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