Category Archives: Health Marketing

State of Public Sector and Non-Profit Marketing

Organizations in the public and non-profit sectors have long debated the applicability of marketing concepts and management approaches, many of which stem from private sector notions of consumption and economic choice, as well as an environment in which market forces rule. In recent years, however, there has been growing recognition that marketing can be used to enrich public sector and non-profit management and to better serve citizens and stakeholders.

Some government organizations are turning to the following specific applications of […]

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B C Health Adapts CEPSM Social Marketing Workbook for British Columbia

In September 2014, I had the opportunity to work with the British Columbia Ministry of Health’s Population and Public Health Division to co-host social marketing sessions in Vancouver and Victoria to explore shared strategic approaches for social marketing and engagement across health promotion and disease/injury prevention partners in British Columbia.

We also conducted train the trainer one day workshops with social marketers across BC using our CEPSM Social Marketing Planning Workbook

I wrote a blog last year after I completed the first phase of my […]

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A Case of Marketing not Working- Dairy Farmers of Canada

Most Canadians drink milk or eat yogurt or cheese, however, Statistics Canada’s recently released data on retail sales show that per capita consumption of milk in Canada has fallen by 18 per cent to 74 litres a year between 1995 and 2014. Taking into account population growth, Canadians consumed approximately 20 million litres less milk in just one year, between 2013 and 2014. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/rob-commentary/so-we-drink-less-milk-lets-understand-why/article26158646/

The decline is so striking that the Dairy Farmers of Canada commissioned a survey to […]

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