December 7, 2016, at 12:00 p.m. CST/1:00 p.m. EST.
“Storytelling” Webinar, from Legato Healthcare Marketing
Have you ever thought about the story your brand is telling?
At Legato Healthcare Marketing, storytelling is our bread and butter. We want to show you why storytelling is the heart and soul of your brand, and how it connects you with your audience in ways that are both educational and entertaining. See how it can work for you.
Who should attend: CEOs, marketing leaders, and anyone interested in growing their treatment organization
We will discuss how storytelling can positively impact your treatment organization and why it’s so important for your brand. Because successful storytelling affects community perception and partnerships, patient volumes, and your bottom line, it’s good to understand how and why to effectively align storytelling with your brand.
“Legato helped us develop a community magazine that tells the stories unique to our area. It’s helped make Barrett Hospital & HealthCare a trusted, household name.”
- Ken Westman, Barrett Hospital & HealthCare CEO
“In our rural community, it’s hard to reach a large audience with traditional marketing. Legato has helped us use provider profiles to create a connection with potential patients. Our volumes have gone up and the health of our community is improving.”
- Debra J. Wright, CEO Howard Memorial Hospital
“Our hospital has always prided itself on being a big part of our community. Now more people are aware of that thanks to Legato’s storytelling tactics. We have really gotten our brand ‘out there’ and people are connecting us with compassionate, quality care.”
- Amy Yaeger, Marketing and Business Development Director Black River Memorial Hospital.
Don’t miss an exciting chance to make dynamic storytelling a crucial part of your brand.
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