David Shronk, Health Union’s SVP of Media, Recognized Among 2019 PM360 ELITE
PM360, the premier information resource for marketing decision makers in the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device sectors, has named David Shronk, Health Union’s senior vice president of media, as one of the 2019 PM360 ELITE 100 in the Sales MVP category. Now in its fifth year, the PM360 ELITE recognizes the 100 most influential people in the healthcare industry today. You can read the official write-up on David here.
Growing and cultivating the team from just a handful of people when he started at Health Union in 2015, David now leads a robust, integrated group of talented professionals, including business development, media account services and audience development. His commercial pharmaceutical industry experience combined with a desire to build and maintain relationships and a passionate understanding for measurement and analysis contribute to him being both an effective leader and valuable partner to Health Union’s biopharma clients.
Read here for more information about the business solutions offered by David and his team.
The PM360 ELITE Awards were established in 2015 to recognize individuals who have made a significant impact on the healthcare industry throughout their careers. More than 500 submissions were received, and nominees were evaluated by the PM360 editorial staff based on their accomplishments; testimonials from their bosses, clients and colleagues; and supporting evidence that reflects the impact of their efforts.
The winners, who are profiled in PM360’s May 2019 issue (read them here), were selected across 17 categories: Creative Directors, Data Miners, Digital Crusaders, Disrupters, Entrepreneurs, Launch Experts, Leaders of the Future, Marketing Teams, Master Educators, Mentors, Patient Advocates, PR Gurus, Sales MVPs, Strategists, Talent Acquisition Leaders, Tech-know Geeks, and Transformational Leaders. The winners will be honored at a celebratory event on July 16 in New York City at the rooftop bar 230 FIFTH.