Would You Like To Ask Eli Lilly A Question?

8 Mar

Just a thought… how many of you would like to join Eli Lilly’s free webinar…

Next Tuesday March 12 eyeforpharma are hosting a free webinar called ‘How Lilly Makes Multichannel Work’.

A marketing executive from Lilly, together with their solution provider, will explain their methodology and results, highlighting lessons learned and in particular the benefits from focussing on an internal strategy before attempting to look externally. You’ll also be able to ask questions to them directly.

The webinar takes place next Tuesday (March 12th) and you can register here:

Even if you’re not free that day, do sign up and I’ll send you the recording afterwards. Also please offer the above link to any colleagues who might like to attend.

Thank you and see you there…


Paul Simms

8 Responses to “Would You Like To Ask Eli Lilly A Question?”

  1. Jayne at 1:41 pm #

    The link to eyeforpharama does not work.

  2. mary donlan at 3:12 pm #

    how do i find out how much eli lilly stock was worth on june 11, 1993 and a history of how much stock i had at the time–the present holding company Wells Fargo???? does not go back to 1993 please answer, i need to do my income tax, share holders service has not responded, thank you mary donlan, chicago, illinois

    • DES Info at 2:51 pm #

      My apologies — we just saw this comment. We don’t know how to determine the value of the stock.

  3. Hugh Easton at 8:21 pm #

    The link isn’t working for me either:
    “Sorry. This page is not available. Either the address is incorrect, or we may be experiencing unforeseen technical difficulties.”

  4. John Billenger. at 2:10 pm #


    I received an empty email when submitting for a recording, is there any chance I could get a copy? It would be great.


    • DES Info at 2:50 pm #

      Please send an email to the Contact page about this, so we can try to assist you. Thanks!

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