North Highland Confirms Sponsorship at the Upcoming eyeforpharma Conference in April
March 24, 2014
About North Highland
North Highland is a global management consulting firm that delivers unique value, big ideas and strategic business capabilities to clients around the world. The firm solves complex business problems for clients in multiple industries through an integrated approach and offers specialty services via its Enfathom, Managed Services, and Sparks Grove divisions, as well as TrueBridge Resources. North Highland is an employee-owned firm that has been named as a Best Firm to Work For every year since 2006 by Consulting Magazine. The firm is a member of Cordence Worldwide (www.cordenceworldwide.com), a global management consulting alliance. For more information, visit northhighland.com or follow the firm on @northhighland and on facebook.com/northhighland.
About Sparks Grove
Sparks Grove, the marketing strategy and creative division of North Highland, delivers clients fresh ideas that invigorate their brands and resolve pressing business challenges. Sparks Grove provides marketing, visioning and visualization, emerging interactions, and communication services to many of the world’s leading brands. For more information, visit sparksgrove.com or follow @sparksgrove and facebook.com/sparksgrove.
A leading global source of information for the pharmaceutical industry, eyeforpharma's reputation is built on quality, in-depth conferences that have distinguished themselves from competitors by the depth and breadth of research they put into each conference to ensure it is covering the hottest and most pertinent issues of the industry. Visit www.eyeforpharma.com to find out more.
Transforming Means of Interaction
North Highland helped a leading pharmaceutical organization execute an enterprise-wide digital transformation. This initiative enabled better-informed decisions through insight into healthcare providers' (HCPs') preferences around how they interact with, and receive information from, the organization.Case Study