China in the Fast Lane: How to play and win in the world's hottest emerging market
Watch this webcast where Marc Yates and Helen Ansell explore China's evolving healthcare envrinoment. The webcast highlights the key changes affecting pharma and demonstrates how to build the market understanding required to launch a brand effectiviely in this exciting region.
Webcast: Rich in potential - Exploring the opportunity for nutritionals in emerging markets
A shift to preventative health has seen nutritionals emerge as a rapidly developing area in recent years. But while growth begins to level off in more established territories, attention is turning to emerging markets. Join Research Partnership's emerging market experts Paul Reed and Kira Pillai for our upcoming live webinar ‘Rich in potential: Exploring the opportunity for nutritionals in emerging markets’ in which they will explore the challenges and opportunities for the nutritionals sector in some of the world’s fastest growing markets.
Webcast: Going for growth - Maximising your return on insights in Emerging Markets
Healthcare market research in emerging markets is still evolving, so finding the insights you require and then maximising the return on those insights can be challenging. Download this complimentary webcast in which Emerging Markets Directors Marc Yates and Rachel Howard will provide you with the critical success factors to ensure actionable primary research in emerging markets.
Ageing Asia: What does the future hold?
Published in eyeforpharma September 2017 by Marc Yates
Over the last 30 years, Asia’s economic growth has resulted in improved education and healthcare across a broad base of the population, contributing to declining fertility and increasing life expectancy. However, in turn, such changing demographic features are set to have profound repercussions on the continent’s socio-economic and healthcare set-up in the coming decades.
Men vs women in emerging markets
Our latest interactive infographic compares male vs female health characteristics in the BRIC emerging markets.
While a wide-range range of societal and economic factors influence health outcomes, one of the most significant factors is gender. In addition to overall morbidity and mortality, certain health issues are more commonly associated with one gender. But while biology plays a role, it is predominantly the way in which society structures and shapes men’s and women’s lives that result in health inequalities. Gender norms, roles and expectations vary between cultures, particularly in emerging markets, and affect the way in which health care is accessed. Our latest interactive infographic compares the lives of men vs women in the BRIC emerging markets, and explores how societal factors impact their respective health outcomes.