How we do research

The world with COVID-19 pandemic changed a lot and we want to understand these changes

Process of our research workflow

To specify the right research objectives and hypothesis, scope and allocated budget. 

Once the design proposal is created and approved by client – we sign the agreement and do a project kick-off call to answer the additional questions and to be sure that we are on the right track.

The goal of the secondary research is to make a topic overview from open databases, industry chamber reports, articles, google search or social media.

Primary research includes detailed interviews, cold calling or online surveys, where most of our client questions are uncovered. It the end, we conduct second phase of interviews to confirm our findings.  

Example of topics we focused on

Each new research or client expands the area of our internal expertise and insights. These insights that our clients can later use to make better decisions on critical business issues.

Online Medicine

Testing different solutions for online pre-diagnostic communication with patients with IBD


Previous research - creating a market analysis of current clinical trials and source of their funding

EDC platform

Previous research - selection and testing different EDC solutions suitable for our client clinical trial

Mastitis diagnostics

Competitor analysis of different EU markets with focus on finding pricing differencies

Clinical Trial recruiting

We created database of principal investigators in the US to support client recruiting activities

Medical Supplies

Price and quality analysis of suppliers for antigen COVID-19 testing kits

Grant partners

Sourcing of possible research partners for specific SME grant opportunity

Venture capital

Analysis of late stage startups with possible exit in 1-3 year horizon


Analysis of current immunotherapy research in veterinary oncology

Expert network we build

We can connect you with professionals in different industries and provide you with direct expert support on your project.

So much information comes every day that there is no way to keep up with it. Statistically only less than 1% of all existing data created in last 2 years has ever been analyzed. This information overload in combination with speed of current world transform research activities into everyday business need.