How Giving Back Will Boost Your Brand

We try to incorporate helping people into everything we do, from helping life sciences businesses enter new markets and develop new client relationships to setting up clinical research partnerships between sponsors and CROs. But we also try to go a step further to help affect even greater change in our life-sciences industry and the bigger world around us.

What You Need to Know Before You Start a Business with Your Best Friend

Starting a business with your best friend can also be the most satisfying and enriching experience in the world – and be incredibly beneficial for clients. After all, who could understand partnership – whether that’s with clients or helping pharma and biotech clients form partnerships – better? But that doesn’t mean working with your best friend (and especially starting a business together) doesn’t come with its pitfalls. Sabine and Kieran agreed to dish the dirt on the ins and outs of running a business with your best friend.

What Does Brexit Mean for EU Expansion Plans for Life Science Companies?

Moving to the EU has never been a simple process, but with Brexit looming over the UK (and the EU), life sciences companies business may need to consider other options. With 27 other EU member states to consider, it is natural and reasonable for life sciences companies to be slightly overwhelmed by the complexity of questions and factors to consider concerning EU expansion. We know where you are coming from and we can take you to where you need to go.

Strategic Sponsor-CRO Relationships: What’s Time Got to Do with It?

The problem is, in pharma, biotech, medical devices or CRO industry, we never feel like we have enough time. However, when the stakes are as high as they are in clinical trials and drug developments, we can’t afford not to take our time making sure the central sponsor-CRO partnership is solid.

Creating Team Alignment (what we learned by accident)

At Seuss Consulting we are always learning. Our workshops have evolved, as has our understanding of team alignment and how to create it – whether the task is expanding geographical coverage, increasing client acquisition or setting up outsourcing partnerships. We have seen teams come out stronger than when they went in, and that every aspect of the business will benefit from these more deeply forged bonds and new level of mutual understanding.

What YOU Need to Know Before Expanding to the EU

As much as we at Seuss Consulting want many pharma, biotech and CRO companies to set up office and operations in the EU, we first and foremost want these companies to succeed. Before investing in such a big leap, you first need to ask yourself, or Seuss Consulting to ask you a few tough questions.

What’s in It for We? How to Create More Effective Partnerships through Alignment

It’s our job to help sponsors and CROs come together and create synergy…and a successful trial, of course! Central to this is implementing stronger communication practices. You’ve heard this before ad nauseum, so let’s get down to the nitty gritty on effective communication strategies and techniques. We asked Dr. Yuri Martina for his advice on the best ways to create alignment between sponsors and CROs.

How CROs Can Make More Impact with Social Media

In short: the way we communicate and connect is changing. Social media might be the missing key you need to unlock that extra attention that will land you the right clients to help your CRO or life-sciences supplier business grow.

7 Steps to Finding the CRO with the Right Cultural Fit

What sponsors often forget to think about (or don’t consider important) when selecting a CRO is their cultural fit. Sooner or later conflict will arise – it’s inevitable in any relationship. If a partner’s philosophy and way of working do not align with our own, no matter how impressive their experience and capabilities, that conflict will be more difficult to resolve. Professional relationship fixers like Seuss Consulting can help you save the sinking ship, but it’s always better to find the most well-suited partner in the first place.

Risky Business: Side-Stepping Risk to Build Better Sponsor-CRO Relationships

We’re not exactly going to shock you by pointing out that every clinical trial comes with risk. Risks in meeting timelines, lack of clarity, subcontracting issues, reputations and, especially, relationships between sponsors and CROs. This is something we know a bit about – we’ve talked to you before about avoiding turmoil in sponsor-CRO relationships, how to get on each other’s side and even the benefits of taking risks. But as consultants we know that sometimes the best thing you can do is turn to an expert for answers!

PS - If we might be so bold, you’re going to learn a lot and have some fun along the way

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