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August 30, 2011
PHOENIXVIRGO is offering the workshop Health Practitioners and Supplements: Channel Data, Strategies and Opportunities for Growth" on Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 1 to 4 p.m. at SupplySide West, Oct. 10 to 14 at the Venetian & Sands Expo in Las Vegas. EpiCor® is sponsoring the event.
The opportunity for science-based nutrition and dietary supplement companies to succeed within the health professional/practitioner market is gaining momentum. More doctors and other health care providers are taking an interest in these products and their applications in clinical practice and patient care. As this channel expands, companies that best understand the unique needs of health care providers will be poised for success. The workshops panel of experts will demystify the rapidly growing professional market, discuss how it differs from traditional retail markets, and offer strategies for companies new to the channel and companies that are already there.
The workshop, which is being presented in conjunction with Integrative Healthcare Insider and sponsored by EpiCor®, is divided into two parts. Part one will include a presentation of channel research; part two of the event will focus on understanding the target audience.
Registration for the workshop is $25. Click here for additional details.
Manufacturers, marketers and formulators attend SupplySide West to learn about the latest innovative and healthy ingredients, to meet new vendors, and to source ingredients, packaging, labeling and private-label manufacturing services in one location. Event details and registration information can be found at SupplySideShow.com or by calling (800) 454-5760.
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