Posts Tagged ‘Branding’

Mission, Vision, and Values: Who’s on First?

Defining the elements of a meaningful health science brand To be successful in today’s competitive health science market, company leaders must define what their brand stands for, what their goals are, and how they plan to reach them. Unfortunately, common terms used during this process—purpose, mission, vision, values, etc.—do not have clear definitions that are…

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Visual Storytelling Makes Brands More Compelling

Nothing communicates the importance of your research faster than a visual story. By helping viewers “get it” quickly through the power of design, visual storytelling encourages connection and, ultimately, your desired response. Everyone you hope to motivate — be they researchers, donors, investors, media people or potential partners — is a human being. As such, the most effective way to…

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Brand Equity Boosts Your Bioresearch Brand’s Value

Building brand equity can seem challenging in a deadline-driven world. There’s always an urgent campaign or product launch looming. While it’s tempting to solve short-term problems now and do strategy later, the most successful companies in bioresearch — or any other market — know the value of building their brands up front. Here are five ways this work pays you back: 1. Brand…

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Bioresearch Branding That Works—Part 3: Communicating with Multiple Audiences

Does your bioresearch brand need different voices for different audience segments? Many bioresearch brands struggle with the need to market to more than one audience. Different divisions of a organization often work with very different markets. And even within divisions you’ll often find audience segments with different needs, desires, and goals. By understanding their individual motivations, here’s how…

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Marketing Conflicts in Bioresearch, and How to Resolve Them

What do you do when your internal team gets stalled by marketing conflicts? Marketing conflicts are an everyday reality when promoting any brand, not just in bioresearch. Team members who disagree on the right approach can bring an entire campaign to a screeching halt and prevent new ones from ever getting off the ground successfully. How can you resolve conflicts…

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2016 Bioresearch Content Marketing Survey Results Announced

BioResearch industry marketers feel the need for stronger brand strategy and messaging. This December we polled 4,500 marketing professionals from leading life science companies, biopharmas and non-profit biomedical research organizations throughout the United States, in addition to major global players. Trends were notably similar suggesting common goals and challenges, including the need to create stronger…

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Establishing a Strong Life Science Brand

What life science start-up brands need to establish their business Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Chris Conner on the Life Science Marketing Radio podcast. We covered the basics of getting a life science brand up and running, even if you don’t have a product or customers yet. While we focused primarily on startups, we…

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Bioresearch Branding That Works—Part 1: Consistency

Get the most from your bioresearch brand by applying the same consistency you expect from your scientific work. Successful life science firms and biomedical non-profits understand this simple branding truth. So why do so many fall into the trap of making a big branding investment, only to become frustrated when their efforts don’t live up…

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Knowing Your Biomedical Nonprofit’s Weaknesses Shows Strength

How to use the principles of Leadership Marketing to keep your brand on course. When was the last time you thought about your Biomedical Nonprofit’s weaknesses? Marketing Leaders who acknowledge the challenges and negative perceptions their brands face are much more likely to overcome those challenges. If you want to grow your Biomedical Nonprofit’s brand…

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