Feedback was found all over SHSMD 2010 in Chicago, the annual conference for the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development. The firm conducted a three-hour workshop on social media and strategy, participated in a lively panel on emerging media, roundtables and more.
Feedback also made the news:
Healthleaders article, “Stop Waiting for Social Media to Emerge” excerpted here:
Panelist Dean Browell, PhD, executive vice president for Richmond, VA, ad agency Feedback, said it best: “I know some of you are thinking, just let me retire before I have to learn this crap.”
Dean Browell of Feedback was on the panel, so I knew it would be good – and even entertaining. Dean is the most grounded Ph.D. I know. And he is incredibly bright. The panel did not disappoint. It was informative and engaging. I thought the audience members asked really good questions and each of the panel members offered valuable insights. My favorite part of the presentation was when Dean said that MySpace is “dead to him.” If it isn’t quite dead, then it is on life support!