Emerging Markets: Your New Essential Guide
Request your complimentary copy of our latest Emerging Markets guide.
Traditional and non-traditional emerging markets are increasingly being recognised by the pharmaceutical industry as offering attractive opportunities for growth. The challenge though is where and how to find insight in these less well-known and rapidly changing regions.
Using our combined knowledge and years of experience of working in these territories our emerging markets experts have produced this essential guide to help address some of the core challenges associated with conducting market research in emerging markets.
ACR Conference 2015
Therapy Watch to present “real-world” patient data on long-term biologics survival for RA patients
We are delighted to have been chosen to present a poster at this year’s ACR conference in San Francisco on November 6 – 11. The poster, which is entitled, ‘Long-Term Use of Biological Therapy and Discontinuation Rates in Rheumatoid Arthritis - Real World Patient Data’ is authored by Research Director Laurent Chanroux and Joan Casellas.
How mobile diaries were used to capture patient-generated insights in COPD
Research Partnership wanted to test the value and functionality of an app-based data collection tool which would give patients control of the market research interaction, and consequently deliver greater insights at key moments in the patient journey.
Using this approach, we believed our clients could better understand the issues faced by patients, which would help them in the development of marketing activities around their COPD portfolio.
Research Partnership presents Conference Live at the Pharmaceutical Meeting Professionals' Summit
Hyatt at the Bellevue, Philadelphia - November 4-5
We are delighted to be attending this year's Pharmaceutical Meeting Professionals' Summit in Philadelphia.
Promotions and new starters
Research Partnership is delighted to announce promotions in the UK and further appointments in the US.
Helen Mace, who joined the company’s graduate scheme in 2011 has been promoted to Research Manager in recognition of her strong project management and analytical skills. She consistently receives excellent feedback from both project team members and clients, proving herself an integral member of the emerging markets team.