20th anniversary celebrations
We recently celebrated our 20th year anniversary with parties for our employees across the globe.
In the UK, staff were treated to an evening at The Gherkin which started with a pre-dinner reception with prosecco and canapes. After the reception staff made their way up to the 40th floor (the top floor) for a delicious 3 course dinner accompanied by stunning views across London. The evening was then rounded off with dancing until midnight.
Director Richard Head is joint winner of the 2017 EphMRA President's Award
We are delighted to announce that Research Partnership’s Richard Head is joint winner of the 2017 EphMRA President's Award for his contribution to pharmaceutical market research.
According to EphMRA, Richard was nominated because he has been a long-standing supportive member of the Board who is always happy to volunteer and share his experiences. Richard is also an Associate Member on the EphMRA Board a position he has held for the last 4 years
Forever Angels founder is awarded an MBE
We are delighted to announce that Forever Angels founder Amy Hathaway has been awarded an MBE in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list for providing interim and community care to abandoned and vulnerable infants overseas. Research Partnership has been a corporate donor of Forever Angels since 2008 and has been very proud to support this incredible charity, which has transformed the lives of many babies and their families, as well as whole communities, since it was started over a decade ago.
Research Partnership’s Singapore team relocates to new office
We are delighted to announce that our Asia-Pacific team in Singapore has relocated to new premises.
As the regional office has continued to go from strength to strength, it became necessary to move the team of specialist researchers to new, larger offices in order to cope with increasing client demand.
Research Partnership launches new patient Living with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) US report
Living with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is a study conducted amongst 100 adult UC patients in the US. The study employs a mixed quantitative/qualitative methodology and will be available to purchase summer 2017.