EphMRA Annual Conference 2017
Visit us on stand number 14
We are delighted to be presenting, exhibiting and sponsoring the EphMRA Annual Conference in Amsterdam, on 20-22 June. Representing Research Partnership at the event are Director Richard Head, Research Director Jennifer Redfearn and Associate Director An-hwa Lee.
EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology 2017
Join us at EULAR Congress 2017 in Madrid, 14-17 June
We are delighted to be attending and presenting at this year’s EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology in June. Representing Research Partnership at the event is new Head of Therapy Watch Helen Parfitt who recently joined our UK head office in London and Osato Agbontaen from our business development team. They’ll be on hand to answer any questions that delegates may have about our syndicated market tracking tool Therapy Watch.
Pharma China Annual Forum 2017
We are delighted to be presenting a paper at the Pharma China Annual Forum on 14th April 2017 in Shanghai, China.
We are delighted to be presenting a paper at the Pharma China Annual Forum on 14th April 2017 in Shanghai, China. Representing Research Partnership will be Asia Pacific Director and emerging markets specialist Pei Li Teh, who will be presenting the paper ’Urban China’s Evolving Patient Journey’ from 14:30 – 15:00.
EphMRA One Day Meeting
We are delighted to be attending and presenting a paper at the EphMRA one day meeting on Tuesday 21st February, in London
Emerging markets expert Rachel Howard will be presenting the paper ‘Patient Willingness to Pay in the Real World’ from 14.35 - 15.05pm. A critical part of any self-paid healthcare product’s launch strategy is to set the right price, one which patients are willing to pay.
We were delighted to exhibit and present a paper at the Pharmaceutical Market Research Conference 1-2 February in Parsippany, NJ.
Tom Nolte, Head of Business Analytics (North America) and Melinda Shorr, Director, represented us at the conference. Tom presented the paper ‘Reinforcing the House: When Behavioral- and Attitudinal-Level Sources Strengthen Segmentation’.