Intellus Worldwide Summit 2019
Visit us at stand 311
We are delighted to be exhibiting at the Intellus Worldwide Summit in Philadelphia, USA from 19th-21st May. Representing Research Partnership at the event will be Liza Pliss, Director and Head of our New York Office, Sabera Hyderally, Director, Head of MedTech Division North America and Emily Hoffman, Associate Director.
MRX time machine: How to use time series forecasting to improve your demand assessment
In the second part of our Innovation in #MRX series we demonstrate how to use time series forecasting to better inform product uptake and competitive scenarios up to 10 years into the future.
Understanding likely demand for a new product or service is essential to help develop the right brand strategy. Techniques such as conjoint and fixed product profile assessments are great for evaluating the market landscape and opportunity, but are they enough? Can we predict the future with greater accuracy? Time series forecasting is one of the latest market research innovations we have been championing at Research Partnership and we would like to share the benefits of this technique with you.
World Immunisation Week: Combating the rise of the anti-vaccination movement
Harrison Gaiger explores the rise of the anti-vaccination movement to understand what it has meant for global health, and outlines some of the initiatives that are aiming to combat vaccination hesitancy.
This week is World Immunisation Week, a public awareness event celebrated each year in the last week of April. The event aims to raise awareness and encourage people around the world to protect themselves and their families against vaccine-preventable diseases. However, for many people, immunisation programmes remain a highly contentious issue. In this article, I explore the rise of the anti-vaccination movement to understand what it has meant for global health, and outline some of the initiatives that are aiming to combat the dangers it presents.
The vaccine opportunity in Asia infographic
Asia is the home to 60% of the world’s population and is one of the fastest growing vaccine markets in the world. A rising demand for better healthcare infrastructure and high awareness levels of the benefits of immunisation are the major factors boosting the vaccine market growth. For World Immunisation Week 2019 we have updated one of our most popular infographics, in which we explore the vaccine opportunity in Asia, packed full with all of the latest facts and figures from the region.
The future of food allergy? The emergence of targeted allergy treatments
Rachel Arthurs explores how public exposure to the complications of food allergy has affected attitudes toward treatment
In recent years, there has been a noticeable shift in the increased public awareness of allergy-related complications both within the United Kingdom and globally. In 2010, Allergy UK estimated that at least 44% of British adults were currently suffering from at least one allergy, a statistic that only continues to rise steadily each year. In the United States, Statista reported that approximately 20% of American adults in 2017 were suffering from an allergy or food intolerance.