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Webinar: Focus on China: Conducting Research in the World’s Fastest Growing Pharma Market

This webinar looks to provide market research professionals with an overview of the Chinese healthcare market and provide participants with top tips for conducting relevant and effective market research in the region.

Watch this webinar now to get an overview of the healthcare environment treatment pathways, funding and payment; understand the elements that influence market research design - including stakeholders, cities and hospitals; and learn how to conduct effective market research in China - including methodologies and avoiding pitfalls. We offer workshops on how to conduct effective market research in the 4 BRIC markets, held at your offices at a date and time to suit you. Contact us now to find out more.

To view this webinar please visit 
http://bit.ly/21qFHcL


18th September 2013

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