You may remember last summer that we launched a new offering called “CMEpalooza Company Spotlight.” No, you say, you don’t remember? For shame, pilgrim, for shame!
OK, OK, I’ll forgive you this time and provide a quick refresher. The CMEpalooza Company Spotlight was launched as an opportunity for MECCs/universities/providers/etc. to take advantage of the CMEpalooza brand and our built-in audience to get out information about all of the cool and innovative things your organization is doing. You can check out the pilot we did with Educational Measures on the Spotlight tab of our website.
In a nutshell, here is how these Spotlights work:
- You go to this link and complete the form expressing interest in being a “spotlighted” company (alas, these are not free, but really, how many new Ferraris do you need for your garage?)
- We work with you to come up with a focus for your spotlight. Seeing as we are an external audience of sorts, hopefully we’ll be able to help you come up with issues that our broader Palooza audience would be interested in learning about. The last thing anyone wants is a snoozer presentation.
- You can have up to 4 people from your organization participate as panelists. You can create slides if you want. We’re flexible.
- We’ll schedule a time for your 30 minute spotlight. We’re planning on holding these from noon-12:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday afternoons. How many will we schedule? No idea. Could be 1, could be 10. Won’t be 500.
- We’ll use our social media channels to build interest and an audience. I will “moderate” the session based on a jointly agreed-upon discussion guide that highlights the value of your organization/company and is of prospective interest to our viewers.
- As with all CMEpalooza sessions, anyone can watch live. For free. Anyone can watch after the broadcast is over. For free. As an added bonus, you can take the video and embed it onto your website if you want. We’ll have a special tab set up on the CMEpalooza website so that people can watch these easily on our site whenever they want.
I’m embarrassed for Derek that he spent hours coming up with this concept only to see it gain momentum at about the same rate as the new Justine Bateman workout video. It’s not pretty seeing a grown man cry (though it can sometimes be funny).
Anyway, feel free to reach out to either of us if you have any questions or want more information. We need the entertainment.