Where independent pharmacies get growing.
ThoughtSpot, the annual conference and trade show by Good Neighbor Pharmacy, is a four-day event for independent community pharmacies where you’ll receive practical and clinical education to help you diversify your revenue streams and optimize your core business, plus exclusive deals and discounts on product purchases. It’s also where you’ll network with peers and subject matter experts in lively Las Vegas. The insights and expertise you’ll experience at ThoughtSpot will help you build a better business, find growth opportunities and maintain your status as a preferred healthcare destination in your community.
Who should attend?
Independent community pharmacy owners, directors of pharmacy, pharmacy managers, technicians and purchasing decision-makers.
What will you learn?
Good Neighbor Pharmacy Members:
  • Learn how to grow your business and increase profits in educational sessions and seminars
  • Exchange insights with peers and subject matter experts
  • Visit exhibitors representing brand, generic, OTC products and technology
  • Save on high-quality products
Non-Good Neighbor Pharmacy Members:
  • Learn about Good Neighbor Pharmacy and its solutions
  • Get an expanded view of the business in educational sessions and seminars
  • Access manufacturers and vendors to see how you can benefit if you become a Good Neighbor Pharmacy member
Manufacturers, Vendors and Suppliers:
  • Drive business with community pharmacies with selling and brand-building opportunities that feature your products/services and accept customer orders
  • Increase exposure to your brand with sponsorship opportunities
  • Network with ThoughtSpot attendees and AmerisourceBergen associates
Tips for Attendees
Make the most out of your first trip to ThoughtSpot with a bit of strategic planning. Here are a few tips to ensure success before, during and after the conference.
Before the Conference
  1. Collaborate with your AmerisourceBergen sales associate to determine which educational sessions and trade show opportunities best meet your pharmacys individual needs.
  2. Make a list of "must attend" sessions and exhibit booths and a plan for each day.
  3. If co-workers or staff members attend with you, divide the conference into sections. Each team member can sit in on different sessions to maximize the amount of information gathered by the entire team.
Use this helpful document to build your business plan at ThoughtSpot. Planning ahead based on the needs of your pharmacy business will help you diversify your revenue streams and find growth opportunities within your pharmacy.
During the Conference
  1. Attend as many networking events as possible, such as the opening night reception and the closing night celebration. Also, talk with those around you at education sessions and meals.
  2. Collect any and all information (brochures, samples, etc.) of interest to you or that could be valuable to others in your pharmacy.
  3. Make notes about people you meet, ideas you hear and products you see. 
After the Conference
  1. Take some time to organize the information you've gathered. Sort it by priority so that you can review after the conference.
  2. Update your database and capture the contact details and other relevant information of the new people youve met.
  3. Identify three new actionable insights you learned during ThoughtSpot and implement these into your daily routine.