Case study 1
A medical devices company approached CRLifeSc to conduct a research study in order to improve one of its products related to vital sign monitoring. The company was particularly interested in interviewing a number of final users that included doctors, nurses and other specialists in the field from different countries. Our client also wanted to know whether any of the developments applied to the new device could breach other competitors’ intellectual property protection whilst taking advantage of the latest state-of-the-art technology, even utilizing some modifications to better the product. At the same time the client wanted to know a bit more about the local market. The time-frame for this tailor-made project was 15 weeks.
Case study 2
A diagnostics company was interested in knowing the technology and number of tests conducted for some specific bacterial and viral infections in a number of hospitals in five different countries. Our client wanted a minimum number of personal interviews with key opinion leaders and specialists involved in this area. CRLifeSc helped the client with the most appropriate questionnaire designs and conducted primary research visiting interviewees. The time-frame for this project was 4 weeks.
Case study 3
A venture capital company interested in investing in a specific area related to synthetic biology approached CRLifeSc to conduct a market research report that included market forecasts for the coming 6 years taking into consideration drivers, restraints, financial issues, regulatory issues, technologies involved and intellectual property in different relevant countries. Our client wanted a thorough primary and secondary research on this market. The time-frame for this tailor-made project was 12 weeks.
Case study 4
A medical device manufacturer approached CRLifeSc to represent its interests finding initial contacts for potential distributors in a number of countries. The client was especially interested in knowing about the current market status, prices for distributors and other specific requirements. The time-frame for the project was 8 weeks.
Case study 5
A pharmaceutical company was ready to invest in the launch of a new innovative active ingredient. The company approached CRLifeSc to conduct a research in prices, competitors, drivers and restraints, general trends, and forecasts for the coming 6 years in certain countries. The time-frame for the project was 12 weeks.