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Experienced healthcare marketer with over 35 years in commercialization activities in the medical device and biotech industries. With a diverse background including ophthalmology, podiatry, orthopedics, neurosurgery, radiology, healthcare finance, emergency medicine, cardiology and gastroenterology, Lisa brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in managing all facets of the downstream function from strategy to tactical execution. Lisa specializes in out-of-the-box marketing thinking, successfully positioning both companies and their offerings uniquely in the market. Lisa has a special focus in the area of consumer outreach and referring physician education. With customers as diverse as freestanding endoscopy centers to health systems to government agencies, Lisa brings creativity and a successful record of finding the right formula to achieve results.
Leaders weigh in on how to leverage the right resources that will impact company success. Building a successful household product or service is not just about a brand's ability to meet quarterly sales goals from year to year; it's also about hiring the right people, making the right investment decisions, and protecting the company's reputation through positive brand awareness. That is where a powerful marketing team can come in handy, and it's worth putting time and monetary resources into having the best people on staff if you have the funds to spare, but what if you're on a small budget and need to scale back until you gain more financial leverage? Here, Fast Company Executive Board members share eight tips that any business leader can implement to spread awareness about their organization—and make a substantial impact in the marketplace—every step of the way.
14 business leaders discuss what to look out for and how to stay out of legal trouble. One of the most creative and fun aspects of launching a new business that produces quality products or services is to come up with the right company name that will attract organic users who will keep coming back to visit your website and browse long enough to improve your conversion rate. However, selecting and purchasing a domain name that will be memorable and easy to locate during a Google search is not just a random act of high hopes that people will come if you build it. It takes a well-thought-out strategy to ensure the domain also aligns with your brand's core values and will continue to be a good fit as your portfolio of offerings continues to grow over time. Below, experts from Fast Company Executive Board weigh in on essential items to consider whether you are purchasing a domain for a new or existing business.
Sep 14, 2023
11 tips that will elevate your brand at the next event. How can company representatives leave a desirable impression when attending the annual conference circuit, whether on-site or virtually? Designing merchandise giveaways that speak directly to the brand's mission and core values is one way to attract the attention of conventiongoers, but it can't be run-of-the-mill items that will end up in the trash (or disregarded online) at the end of the day. That would be a poor return on investment. Instead, lean toward sustainable products that have the biggest potential to come in handy for attendees—same time next year. Below, 11 Fast Company Executive Board members share best practices for how to use merchandise opportunities to build brand awareness and why it works for them.
If you're thinking about creating a content resource to serve clients and customers better, consider the following points before you move forward. Whether you are building a new brand or trying to elevate the image of a mainstay product or service that has been around for years, publishing a regular newsletter can be a great way to keep clients and customers informed and excited about what your business is working on next. However, running a high-quality newsletter alongside the daily operations of a well-oiled corporation or small business is not as easy as it sounds. Before you decide to take on any additional responsibilities or add more to your team’s plate, 20 members from Fast Company Executive Board are here to offer their take on what it means to make this type of commitment to potential audience members and the staff they’ll be expecting to lean on.
If you want to strengthen your professional network, skills and knowledge, making time to attend industry conferences can be a great strategy. As a business professional, attending an industry conference can be a valuable opportunity to learn from experts, network with peers and stay current with the latest industry trends and innovations. Whether attending in person or virtually, these events provide a unique chance to gather insights, ideas and best practices that can help you stay ahead of the competition. Below, 15 Fast Company Executive Board members share some of the big benefits you can gain from attending an annual industry conference, from creating new partnerships to learning new information about your industry. Consider their insights the next time you hear of an upcoming event you may want to attend.
Here's how to write winning word copy that encourages a call to action. Creating compelling content is a lot easier if you're already developing quality products and services. Standing confidently in what your brand represents and delivering an authentic copy message backed up by tangible results will make a difference to your target customer. To engage your audience even further through a broader range of platforms, it's beneficial to speak directly to their needs and provide them with the expert information they are seeking to overcome business challenges and improve their client success rates. If you dread the copywriting aspects of your business, 14 Fast Company Executive Board members are here to help you get started, whether you're writing content for your website, social media platforms, email marketing, or advertising.
Bichsel Medical Marketing Group
BMMG is a fully staffed medical marketing department focused on early stage med device, biotech, diagnostics and service businesses in the healthcare space. We are comprised of over 40 seasoned medical marketers formerly in positions of CEO, CCO, and VP of Sales & Marketing. We aren't a vendor/agency --- we are your colleagues.