Workshop #2 - Branding and Marketing a Plant-Based Medicine Practice

DATE:                     September 24, 2017

TIME:                     9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

LOCATION:        Hyatt Regency Orange County (Garden Room 3)

                                    Garden Grove, (Anaheim), CA

COST:                      $100

CME:                        3 CME credits are pending approval

OPEN TO:             Anyone.  You do not need be attending the 2017 IPBNHC to attend a workshop.

If you have established or are in the process of transitioning to a Plant-Based practice, this pre-conference workshop will show you how to develop tools to create your brand and connect with your audience. Learning Objectives include: challenges and successes physicians encountered, how to set up a business platform, develop targeted language to engage patients and plan for a logo and a website.

This workshop is being presented by Gretchen Schisla.  More information on the presenters is available below.

Attendance at this conference is limited to the first 75 participants.

Three CME credits have been applied for and are pending approval.  Please Click Here to see CME information.

We hope you can join us.

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Gretchen Schisla

Founder and Principal of Enrich

Gretchen leads Enrich by fostering strong relationships with clients and identifying the key solutions that will build their business and increase connection with their audience. As a brand strategist, writer and advisor, she brings overc35 years of insight, expertise and industry perspective to help clients make the best decisions for their product or service. With the rise of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, Gretchen appreciates having the opportunity to collaborate with clients who offer products and services focused on healthy living and lifestyle medicine.

Gretchen has earned a strong reputation for her commitment to serving clients and for sustaining long-term relationships built on trust and respect. She loves working with organizations and individuals who act as agents for positive change. She believes: “Design matters. It’s a critical tool to communicate a purpose, to educate, to bring awareness to a problem, to inspire individuals and unite communities – and to act as an agent for change.”

Gretchen is the recipient of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Design Fellow and the AIGA Local Legend awards. Enrich has been recognized as a Top 20 Small Business Company by St. Louis Small Business Monthly. Her work has been recognized by AIGA, New York Art Director’s Club, PRINT Annual, CLIO, International Association of Business Communicators, American Alliance of Museums and HOW Magazine.