Silver Buck, the industry’s leading health tech PR and marketing agency, has been appointed as the official communications partner for Digital Health Rewired for the second year in a row.
Under the partnership, Silver Buck will work closely with the Rewired team to bring the largest and most diverse audience to the five-day virtual festival taking place on 15-19th March 2021 through a series of activities including PR, social engagement and the establishment of high profile media partnerships and bloggers.
In addition, Silver Buck is also Rewired’s approved PR and marketing partner with a remit of supporting sponsors and exhibitors to maximise their profile pre, during and post-event to get their message heard and continue their conversations with delegates.
Sarah Bruce, co-founder and director of Silver Buck said: “Rewired’s festival of virtual events will not only appeal to Digital Health’s already vast audience but also make it more accessible to those unable to previously attend in-person by removing travel and budgetary challenges. This is a huge opportunity for best practice, ideas and information to reach those who have not been able to take advantage of it and for them to apply it at a time that it’s most needed.
“We’re unbelievably excited to support Digital Health in nurturing existing networks, as well as forging, exciting new relationships with those at the forefront health tech and to get the message out that Rewired is, as always, the must-attend event of the year.”
The partnership follows the successful collaboration between the organisations for Rewired 2020 and the widely attended Summer Schools.
Chris Marsom, head of marketing at Digital Health added: “For 2021, we’re gearing up for the most inclusive and attended Rewired yet. We have an exciting programme coming together spearheaded by our first announced keynotes including CEOs of NHSX and NHS Digital, Matthew Gould and Sarah Wilkinson.
“Silver Buck will yet again play an important role in supporting the show in 2021. Using their extensive industry contacts and experience, they will help us bring people from all corners of the digital health community together – including NHS professionals, industry suppliers and media – to learn, collaborate and share digital experiences at the must-attend virtual digital health conference of the year.”
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