Many brand teams follow the same planning process year after year, but during the pandemic, the parameters have shifted dramatically. How can marketers plan for the future when there are so many unknowns? Read on to find out.
In early March 2020, the violator - a simple badge, or on-page announcement - began to appear on websites. COVID-19 violators are now ubiquitous. Find out why this should matter to pharma marketers.
COVID-19 has been a wake-up call for pharma to evaluate their organization’s digital maturity and ability to serve customers personalized experiences. Is your organization ready?
Intouch’s Inclusion and Diversity Alliance recently hosted a cross-office Zoom panel on how employees are being emotionally and psychologically affected by COVID-19. Read on to learn their stories.
The healthcare industry is still coping with the changes the pandemic has forced upon it -- and many of these changes likely won’t be reversed. Where does pharma fit now and in 2021? Get the Intouch/DHC Group whitepaper to find out.
DHC Group and Intouch Group Publish Whitepaper on the Effect of COVID-19 on Pharmaceutical Marketing
The DHC Group and Intouch Group announced that, together, they published a whitepaper titled, “The Aftermath: COVID-19 Insights and Recommendations - How the Pandemic Will Forever Change Pharma Sales and Marketing.”
DTC Perspectives recently hosted a webinar – Virtual DTC National: A COVID-19 Focused Event – that addressed how the COVID-19 pandemic has so far affected patients and other pharmaceutical and healthcare stakeholders. Get key takeaways from the event and register for Intouch's new whitepaper on the aftermath of COVID-19.
Join Wendy Blackburn, Intouch Group's EVP of marketing and communications, for a FREE virtual conference hosted by DTC Perspectives on all things COVID -- May 19, 2020.
Intouch is partnering with Heart to Heart International to help stop the spread of the coronavirus through a monetary donation and more.
Intouch is donating more than $100,000 to HHI programs focused on preventing the spread of COVID-19, including infection prevention and control training and hygiene kits.