Start and Leverage a Speakers Bureau for Branding Success

August 3, 2017

Should your health care organization start a speakers bureau? Most experts say, “Yes”—and a few of them offer important advice for making sure yours achieves all of your organization’s desired benefits.

Kristin Mack Deuber

Kristin Mack Deuber

“Speakers bureaus are great reputation-building tools for organizations as they increase awareness of the organization and they also provide a way to build the individual speakers as thought leaders in the health care industry and in their local communities on key issues,” says Kristin Mack Deuber, APR, a public relations and marketing consultant based in Southern California.

“For example, an organization can use speakers at the national level to talk about issues impacting health care reform and Medicaid, and at the local level to discuss such things as chronic disease management and prevention, or the latest cancer research,” she adds.

Learn how to start a speakers bureau, measure success, and improve your results. Read our new article now for all the details:

A Speakers Bureau Can Promote Your Service Lines, Elevate Your Brand, and Serve Your Community

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Matt Humphrey

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