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Check out our upcoming Practice Partner Academy schedule with presentations from trusted industry experts. Topics range from clinical and patient care to practice management and marketing.

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Tricks of the Trade for DPMs

HIDDEN TIP #1; We Didn’t Mean to Hold These Hostage

Since January, we have divided our standard newsletter into three publications: (1) DPMs, (2) vendors/exhibitors, (3) meeting planners & organizations. Each is different for obvious reasons, however, my hope is that you will find the articles below useful as a physician too! Check 'em out... REALITY TV REVELATIONS Noteworthy takeaways [...]

April 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - DPMs|

Tricks of the Trade for Vendors

MARKETING MASTERY; TOSS THE TRINKETS

This tip could also go into the "Conquering Conferences" section of this month's vendor newsletter, but ultimately it's a marketer's job to determine what strategies should be utilized at meetings to attract foot traffic to the booth. Earlier this year, I read an article in EXHIBITOR MAGAZINE titled, "Swag is [...]

May 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - Vendors|

SALES SWAGGER; MORE SLIDES PLEASE

... said no one ever. However, in my personal experience, preparing more content creates confidence. If you are in a sales position where you are asked to give presentations to your prospects, your team members, or other members of your company/organization, it is likely there's always a bit of nervousness [...]

May 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - Vendors|

Tricks of the Trade for Meeting Planners

VIRTUAL SABOTAGE; LACK OF ATTENDEE APPRECIATION

Last month I shared an article with you: HCPs Weigh In on What Draws Them to Conferences https://www.meetingsnet.com/medical-pharma-meetings/hcps-weigh-what-draws-them-conferences It still continues to evoke areas that are worthy of discussion. I was particularly interested in the statistics regarding online continued education vs. in-person. What was found is that when it comes [...]

May 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - Meetings|

LATEST ARTICLES

Tricks of the Trade for DPMs

HIDDEN TIP #1; We Didn’t Mean to Hold These Hostage

Since January, we have divided our standard newsletter into three publications: (1) DPMs, (2) vendors/exhibitors, (3) meeting planners & organizations. Each is different for obvious reasons, however, my hope is that you will find the articles below useful as a physician too! Check 'em out... REALITY TV REVELATIONS Noteworthy takeaways [...]

April 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - DPMs|

Tricks of the Trade for Vendors

MARKETING MASTERY; TOSS THE TRINKETS

This tip could also go into the "Conquering Conferences" section of this month's vendor newsletter, but ultimately it's a marketer's job to determine what strategies should be utilized at meetings to attract foot traffic to the booth. Earlier this year, I read an article in EXHIBITOR MAGAZINE titled, "Swag is [...]

May 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - Vendors|

SALES SWAGGER; MORE SLIDES PLEASE

... said no one ever. However, in my personal experience, preparing more content creates confidence. If you are in a sales position where you are asked to give presentations to your prospects, your team members, or other members of your company/organization, it is likely there's always a bit of nervousness [...]

May 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - Vendors|

Tricks of the Trade for Meeting Planners

VIRTUAL SABOTAGE; LACK OF ATTENDEE APPRECIATION

Last month I shared an article with you: HCPs Weigh In on What Draws Them to Conferences https://www.meetingsnet.com/medical-pharma-meetings/hcps-weigh-what-draws-them-conferences It still continues to evoke areas that are worthy of discussion. I was particularly interested in the statistics regarding online continued education vs. in-person. What was found is that when it comes [...]

May 20th, 2024|Categories: Tricks of the Trade - Meetings|

MEETING TESTIMONIALS

The SAM conference is one of my personal favorites. This year definitely seemed a bit slower as far as traffic in the exhibit hall but registration numbers were good. I did feel that organization and communication were a bit lacking this year. Also, typically we can register for the next year’s conference on site at the current conference and I don’t think that was an option this year. It helps to pre-register when it comes to these larger conferences. The Disney Coronado Springs was a beautiful venue. A lot of walking from the room to the conference center but the weather was delightful so it wasn’t a problem. Also, as an exhibitor there are a lot of costs involved at any conference, it would have been a nice gesture if the conference coordinator would’ve taken time to come to each booth and say thank you.

SAM 2020 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR SAM RATINGS

Excellent meeting with variety of lectures given by knowledgeable and charismatic clinicians.

Interesting and different content. All relevant to practicing Podiatric surgeons

Amount of credit commensurate with hours of lectures and price.

Chicago is never the cheapest but it is easy to get to from anywhere and the accommodations and organization was more than adequate.

Excellent meeting would attend again.

ASPS 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR ASPS RATINGS

Excellent program
Everyone interested in Minimal invasive foot surgery needs to attend

MIFAS Cadaver Lab Workshop 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR MIFAS RATINGS

This meeting, like wound care conferences is extremely well organized. For all three days the attendees are in the exhibit hall, the vendors are slammed with visitors. Great conversations with attendees, who seem genuinely interested in the products offered. The exhibit hall is open for three hours each day, which makes for a good day not only for vendors but attendees as well. We always come back from this meeting feeling very positive and that our goals met.

SAWC Fall 2019 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR SAWC FALL RATINGS

Highly organized, on time , excellent mix of content.

New Port is an excellent venue, easily accessible from the north and South. Had nice mix of doctors from New York and New England.

Engaging exhibitors , excellent opportunity to see new technology and order office supplies from old favorites.

Newport Rhode Island Podiatry Institute 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR PI NEWPORT RATINGS

very beneficial and relatable to everyday practice and patient visits. A very handy workbook was also dispensed

ACFAS Billing & Coding Attendee, CLICK FOR ACFAS BILLING & CODING RATINGS

The exhibit hall had some traffic the entire time; never a moment of complete silence like many shows. Hours for exhibit hall was the perfect amount – two full days is all you need. Shipping exhibit materials was easy and convenient.

Region 3 APMA 2019 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR REGION 3 RATINGS

I thought it was very well organized. I learned quite a bit and will incorporate into my practice.

I would’ve liked the potential to be more than 25 hours and I would’ve liked more surgical topics.

I would’ve liked more companies for more surgical products

All in all I thought the quality of the seminar in the talks were excellent. Well organized with experience speakers

Atlanta Podiatry Institute 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR PI ATLANTA RATINGS

The hands on workshops bring the program to a higher level. You don’t just hear the lectures but you practice on the products.

PRESENT Residency Summit East Attendee, CLICK FOR RESIDENCY SUMMIT EAST RATINGS

We were unsure how the schedule change would be received but it seem fine. Wednesdays scheduled exhibit hall closure in the afternoon was pointless. We stayed at our booth because our booth traffic did not stop. There was grumbling about the reception Wednesday evening and the cost of the drinks.

Midwest Podiatry Conference 2019 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR MPC RATINGS

MEETING TESTIMONIALS

The SAM conference is one of my personal favorites. This year definitely seemed a bit slower as far as traffic in the exhibit hall but registration numbers were good. I did feel that organization and communication were a bit lacking this year. Also, typically we can register for the next year’s conference on site at the current conference and I don’t think that was an option this year. It helps to pre-register when it comes to these larger conferences. The Disney Coronado Springs was a beautiful venue. A lot of walking from the room to the conference center but the weather was delightful so it wasn’t a problem. Also, as an exhibitor there are a lot of costs involved at any conference, it would have been a nice gesture if the conference coordinator would’ve taken time to come to each booth and say thank you.

SAM 2020 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR SAM RATINGS

Excellent meeting with variety of lectures given by knowledgeable and charismatic clinicians.

Interesting and different content. All relevant to practicing Podiatric surgeons

Amount of credit commensurate with hours of lectures and price.

Chicago is never the cheapest but it is easy to get to from anywhere and the accommodations and organization was more than adequate.

Excellent meeting would attend again.

ASPS 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR ASPS RATINGS

Excellent program
Everyone interested in Minimal invasive foot surgery needs to attend

MIFAS Cadaver Lab Workshop 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR MIFAS RATINGS

This meeting, like wound care conferences is extremely well organized. For all three days the attendees are in the exhibit hall, the vendors are slammed with visitors. Great conversations with attendees, who seem genuinely interested in the products offered. The exhibit hall is open for three hours each day, which makes for a good day not only for vendors but attendees as well. We always come back from this meeting feeling very positive and that our goals met.

SAWC Fall 2019 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR SAWC FALL RATINGS

Highly organized, on time , excellent mix of content.

New Port is an excellent venue, easily accessible from the north and South. Had nice mix of doctors from New York and New England.

Engaging exhibitors , excellent opportunity to see new technology and order office supplies from old favorites.

Newport Rhode Island Podiatry Institute 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR PI NEWPORT RATINGS

very beneficial and relatable to everyday practice and patient visits. A very handy workbook was also dispensed

ACFAS Billing & Coding Attendee, CLICK FOR ACFAS BILLING & CODING RATINGS

The exhibit hall had some traffic the entire time; never a moment of complete silence like many shows. Hours for exhibit hall was the perfect amount – two full days is all you need. Shipping exhibit materials was easy and convenient.

Region 3 APMA 2019 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR REGION 3 RATINGS

I thought it was very well organized. I learned quite a bit and will incorporate into my practice.

I would’ve liked the potential to be more than 25 hours and I would’ve liked more surgical topics.

I would’ve liked more companies for more surgical products

All in all I thought the quality of the seminar in the talks were excellent. Well organized with experience speakers

Atlanta Podiatry Institute 2019 Attendee, CLICK FOR PI ATLANTA RATINGS

The hands on workshops bring the program to a higher level. You don’t just hear the lectures but you practice on the products.

PRESENT Residency Summit East Attendee, CLICK FOR RESIDENCY SUMMIT EAST RATINGS

We were unsure how the schedule change would be received but it seem fine. Wednesdays scheduled exhibit hall closure in the afternoon was pointless. We stayed at our booth because our booth traffic did not stop. There was grumbling about the reception Wednesday evening and the cost of the drinks.

Midwest Podiatry Conference 2019 Exhibitor, CLICK FOR MPC RATINGS
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