These surveys currently form the core of the BioPartnering 2014 service:
The Current Partners Survey is a comprehensive assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of a life science organisation as a partner. The survey covers more than seventy measures, ranging from cultural factors through partnering processes, to the quality of its staff and the governance of the partnership. The proprietary survey instrument has been developed by us over ten years of working closely with many of the leading alliance management executives in the sector. Click here for more information.
The Prospective Partners Survey polls executives in life science companies across the world in order to measure the reputation of the largest biopharmaceutical companies amongst professionals working in the sector. The survey covers the core factors driving a company's attractiveness as a partner and is closely correlated with those emerging from the Drivers Survey as the most important drivers of a biopharmaceutical company's attractiveness as a collaboration partner. Click here for more information including a summary of the findings of the 2012 Study.
The Drivers of Alliance Formation Study polls senior decision makers in the biopharmaceutical sector and lifescience community to identify which of more than 30 factors are the most important taken into account when their organisation assesses biopharmaceutical companies with a view to partnering or collaboration with them. The factors covered range across the potential partner's reputation, its capabilities, its culture and the deal on offer. Click here for more information including a summary of the findings of the 2012 Study.