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Conference Live for ongoing congress performance measurement

Director John Branston discusses the benefits of a mobile approach for evaluating medical conferences year-on-year

One arena where the benefits of mobile research have combined to especially good effect is conference research. It suddenly became possible to achieve a hugely valuable mix of standardised comparative evaluation, multimedia submissions and in-depth qualitative feedback in rarefied conditions’ where our clients’ key target customers are really thinking hard about how the future will play out in an area of medicine. Enabling longitudinal research through the pre- and post-conference phases also allowed for some very clear measurement of congress impact and the effect of individual announcements, booths, company presence etc. on delegates’ perceptions.

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16th July 2018

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