Life Sciences IQ: Which firms win profile in analyst research?

On September 20th Kea Company will publish the last of three ‘Influencer Quadrant‘ reports to identify the firms with the most profile in industry research. The Life Sciences IQ compares both traditional healthcare leaders, like Philips, Siemens and Hitachi and technology leaders with deep capacities for life sciences, such as SAS, IBM and Adobe.

In the webinar, Duncan Chapple will step through the IQ process. Emily Almond, Kea’s biosciences expert, will comment on the trends shown in the IQ, and the player in the analyst industry both newer (such as BI’s new digital health service, and Markets&Markets) and old (such as established firms like Global Data, BMI and Visiongain).

While Diagnostics and Medical Devices remain key fields for analyst research on life science, the IQ also tracks Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare and Biotechnology.

Previously, only clients of Kea Company’s premium service had access to the data, which collectively track the profile of over 400 brands in the research of around 400 research organizations.

The Influencer Quadrant service was created in 2012. Each is based on ten of thousand or more mentions, compared over a two year period in order to eliminate seasonality.

Attendance will be free for members of the Analyst Relations Value Forum group on LinkedIn (Contact Kea for your discount code). The webinars will all be at 8am Pacific time, 11am Eastern time, 4pm UK time and 17:00 Central European time.


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