In the hot seat with Colin Tan
We caught up with recently promoted Colin Tan from Research Partnership's Singapore office to find out more about life as a Research Manager, current projects he's working on, and what he thinks are the hottest healthcare trends in Asia.
Congratulations on your promotion! How have your responsibilities changed since being promoted from Research Executive to Research Manager? Thank you. The biggest change has been the added responsibility of leading project management, deliverables and client communication. However, some things don't change - teamwork remains key to success and I continue to learn and grow with every study.
Live from Singapore: Full speed ahead - Unlock the full potential of your brand tracking
You know that you need to conduct regular research to track the performance of your brand. But is your brand tracking delivering the insights your stakeholders need?
If you’re setting up a new brand tracker or you’ve already got one but you’re not sure it’s performing at its best, this webcast is for you.
Live from Singapore: 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 experts Nicole Bender Moreira and Colin Tan will provide you with the critical success factors to ensure actionable primary research in emerging markets.
Pharma CI Asia Conference & Exhibition 2017
13-14 July 2017, Singapore
Research Partnership is delighted to be attending the Pharma CI Asia Conference and Exhibition in Singapore 13-14 July. The event is regarded as the largest assembly of pharmaceutical competitive intelligence executives in the world and brings together senior level pharma, biotech, and device professionals to learn and discuss key industry news and challenges.
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.