Business is anything but usual for most people during this pandemic.  While most of the sudden shake up can mean a lot of stress and uncertainty, it also has proven to mean new, often unprecedented opportunities for personal and professional development.

We’ve assembled a list of some of the amazing learning opportunities we’ve found that health marketers should know about. 

Don’t worry, if you don’t have time to attend all of these events, many are providing post-event access to the sessions.  Spring & Bond will also be live tweeting from key sessions… be sure to follow us on Twitter @springandbond or subscribe to our newsletter to get updates on new events as they come up.

Programmatic I/O Innovation Labs

May 18-21, 2020

Programmatic I/O has adapted to the pandemic by creating a multi-day learning experience to mimic their wildly successful conferences, usually held annually in NY and SF.  The innovation labs experience is completely free and based on the amazing lineup of speakers and topics, it will be a great learning experience for brands and agencies looking to stay on top of the latest in advertising technology, programmatic, and privacy 


Advanced Health Care Social Media & Digital Marketing

June 2-3, 2020

The Mayo Clinic and SHSMD have teamed up to curate a couple days of online learning surrounding incorporation of social media in your overall marketing strategy.  Topics include content marketing, thought leadership, physician influencers, and good old fashioned storytelling. 

2020 Veeva Commercial & Medial Summit Online

June 9-10, 2020

While not completely open to the public, this summit is dedicated to commercial and medical affairs professionals working with Veeva and their data subsidiary, Crossix.  The full agenda is jam-packed with all things innovation across their CRM, data, and compliance offerings. 


theTradeDesk Edge Academy


In an unprecedented move, theTradeDesk has released a full suite of online learning experiences for free to help marketers gain an understanding of automated marketing, data, and technology. Having officially passed the certification test for Data-Driven Planning, we can confirm the knowledge gained is worth the time put in for any marketer regardless of your experience level with programmatic technology.