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Conference research case study

How conference research was used to gauge reactions to new clinical data and measure the impact of a company’s presence at a leading industry event

Our client had recently conducted a series of clinical trials with its breakthrough cardiovascular product, resulting in outcomes data which had the potential to give it a more competitive edge and successfully differentiate it against their closest competitor.

Communication strategies and marketing messages were to be crafted using the outcomes data which our client planned to launch at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) annual congress. As a result, our client wanted to understand in detail the impact of their data on physicians’ perceptions of them.

In addition, with medical conferences representing a considerable investment in terms of time and resources, research was required to provide an understanding of what different aspects of the ESC annual conference meant to our clients key customers and the overall impact of the company’s presence on company perception.

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7th August 2018

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