Case Study: A Tough Pill to Swallow (Emerging Markets)
Maven helped a pharmaceutical group learn best practices from market access experts to successfully position their product for emerging markets.
Case Study: The Business of Brains (Clinical Data Collection)
The ventures team at a global healthcare company launched a Virtual Ideation Panel of healthcare professionals to discuss the future of clinical data collection.
Case Study: Clean Bill of Health (Hospital Sterilization Consultants)
Maven helps a market development team work with hospital sterilization consultants to uncover new applications for their existing sterilization technologies.
Case Study: Finding the Sweet Spot (Confectionery Market Strategy)
A product development team used a Virtual Ideation Panel to develop their confectionery market strategy and expand their product portfolio into a new market.
Case Study: Cut Through The Red Tape (Drug Test Expert)
Maven helps a pharmaceutical company learn from a drug test expert about the latest updates in drug test regulations before an upcoming product launch.
Case Study: Bathroom Talk (WOCN Nurses)
An anonymous Survey allows WOCN nurses to discretely share patient feedback on the sensitive topic of ostomy products, including possible improvements.
Case Study: Industry Pulse (Disposable Medical Sensor)
Maven helps a specialty chemical company bring a more durable and reliable biodegradeable material to market for use in disposable medical sensors.
Case Study: Ebola Experts (ThinkTank)
Maven partners with Convetit to harvest insights from experts in virology, disaster response, and public health on the implications of the Ebola outbreak.
Case Study: Meet the Flexitarians
Maven helps a food company learn more about the burgeoning flexitarian movement and evaluate how to develop products for the flexitarian market.
Case Study: Don’t Stress (Stress Management Research)
Case Study: Don’t Stress (Stress Management Research) The Problem The consumer science team of the home healthcare division of a leading consumer packaged goods company was considering …