Jeffrey Nemetz is the Founder of HBG Health, a Chicago-based health marketing firm that partners with leaders across the health sector, cultivating brands that endeavor to change the health of the world.
On behalf of his international client base, Jeffrey has facilitated strategic vision, branding, communications and business growth initiatives for Fortune 100 companies, as well as privately held and start-up ventures.
He is recognized as a thought leader in health branding and strategy, and has devoted his career to partnering with executives, building strategic alliances and creating new conversations around health, wellbeing and their impact on corporations, employees and, ultimately, the world.
Jeffrey’s experience includes strategic and positioning work with hospital systems, consumer food products, pharmaceutical and device companies, medical clinics, healthcare associations, insurance providers, health and wellness products and services, and health technology. Over the past 25 years, he has been at the forefront of cultivating new ideas and innovations, supporting his clients to invent, revitalize and create brands that have meaning in the new health paradigm.
Jeffrey is a trusted advisor to CEOs, boards and their senior leadership in both strategic branding and communications. In addition to his leadership at HBG Health, his career includes positions as President of Shane Oral Health Pharmaceuticals and President of MedPro Software. He is also an active member of several professional health and business associations, including the AMA Foundation, the Ember Foundation and the Yellowbrick Foundation, and contributes his strategic skills and leadership experience to multiple boards, as well as community and charitable foundations.Jeffrey has been interviewed and published by national and local publications on branding, and has lectured extensively on the importance marrying vision, strategy and brand to protect the equity and enhance the growth of every business. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, where he earne