Canada’s Pharma Digital Awards 2010 Winners (Eye for Pharma)

Eye for Pharma organized the 1st eMarketing Canada conference, which was held in Toronto, on November 1-2 2010.  As part of the conference, marketers from both agency and client sides were asked to submit their e-tactics as nominations for the very 1st Canada’s Pharma Digital Awards.  A panel of judges was selected based on experience with digital pharma marketing and knowledge of the Canadian regulations.  Dr. John Reeves of Kyp Inc. led the award process.

There were 6 winners:

Healthcare professional sites:

  1. Canadian Healthcare Network (Rogers Publishing Healthcare Group)
  2. Advisory Space (Agency: Impetus Healthcare, Client: Nycomed)

Consumer sites:

  1. More Than Medication (Agency: Klick Pharma, Client: Pfizer)
  2. Contour USB Program (Agency: Brightworks, Client: Bayer)
  3. Smidge (Agency: Klick Pharma, Client: Pfizer)
  4. iMD Health

The judging panel consisted of the following members:

Over the next few weeks, an article highlighting the features of each of the winners will be published on my blog.  Since the healthcare professional sites are gated, I may be limited in what I can show of these, but I will do my best to share as much information as possible.

Stay in touch,
Natalie

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