Clinical trial marketing experts to help your trials become enrollment successes!
The clinical trial industry is unified around one common need: attracting more patients into clinical research. This is where we come in! Our experienced staff dives deep into each trial, targeting the ideal patient with engaging content in order to help you reach your enrollment goals.
Not only do we focus on marketing efforts centered around patient recruitment, but we also offer comprehensive branding services to better enhance your company image! Whether you’re a Site looking to market yourself to future trial volunteers and the local community, or a CRO seeking to attract the attention of large Sponsors, our experts are ready to help you make an excellent first impression.
Targeted campaigns highly customized to reach the study's intended population and achieve maximum results.
Anything you need to meet your B2B or B2C needs: presentation decks, industry one-pagers, recruitment material for patients, and more!
Specializing in paid advertising for patient enrollment, branding, and B2B services, and attractive visual content for all your social feeds.
Comprehensive sessions to help you identify gaps and areas for improvement so you can enhance your presence and accelerate your marketing efforts.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Dr. Jeff Kingsley, CPI, FACRP
"The team at Research Designed is a complete extension of my company. It’s like having my own marketing department without hiring or managing marketing people. They not only do the things I thought of, they also look for the things that need to be done that I didn’t think of."
"Research Designed has been responsible for all of our marketing initiatives and have exceeded our expectations in every way. Their team is incredibly talented and easy to work with."
Dr. Roberto Aguirre, CPI, CCRP
AGA Clinical Trials
"Research Designed's expertise has helped us increase our digital footprint 5x in the last 6 months, which has been critical to increasing our brand awareness and helping us surpass our trial enrollment goals."