We guide our clients along these different steps for an effective go-to-market strategy and launch execution
What we do
We talk like scientists, think like MBAs and work like true partners, doing whatever it takes to deliver actionable results.
Examples of past projects
- Portfolio & Therapeutic Area Strategy
- Indication Sequencing & Prioritization
- Biomarker and Companion Diagnostics Strategy
- KOL Identification & Mapping
- Opportunity Assessments
- Market Mapping
- Customer Segmentation
- Diagnostics Go-to-Market Strategy
- HCP/KOL Engagement
- Ex-US Market Entry
Market Access & Pricing
- (Early) Market Access Strategy
- Payer Research & Adboards
- Patient Access Strategy
- Pricing & Contracting Strategy
- Value Story & Messaging
- RWE Strategy
Corporate Strategy & Organizational Effectiveness
- Organizational Design for EU Commercial Operations
- Market Access & Commercial Excellence
Workshop Design and Facilitation
Our 4-step approach to a successful workshop emphasizes careful upfront planning to ensure team engagement with the material.
A light pre-read involving a 2-3 min “homework” assignment to ensure participant preparation.
Having a pre-read and “homework” allows participants to be familiarize themselves with the workshop material and ensures productive discussions during the workshops
Where possible, Bionest recommends live workshops, hover we are comfortable running both in-person and virtual workshops.
Fun and interactive workshop sessions to engage participants with the material and with each other to promote fresh ideas and team building. We run engaging wrokshops through careful planning and execution. We use interactive tools like Miro Boards to initiate participant engagement.
Comprehensive workshop outputs are sent out in a timely manner to facilitate post-workshop engagement and alignment.
Collating of workshop discussions in a comprehensive yet ‘crisp’ format ensures re-alignment with the broader team (including participants who are unable to join the workshops) while also continuing their thought process on the material.
A workshop debrief session 4-5 business days after the workshop helps to refine the workshop outputs even further.
We have evidently found that revisiting workshop outputs after a few days prompts efficient refinements of the material and helps achieve a higher quality result.