Part One - Planning and Setup

There is no denying the importance of meeting with your KOLs to gain advice and insights, build trust, and progress projects and clinical trials. An advisory board or special interest group can have great impact when executed successfully, delivering data and insights that progress organisational goals while building relationships.

Download our guide for practical tips on how to plan your next ‘any-time’ online advisory board meeting.

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How to host a successful ‘Any-time’ virtual meeting
Steve Royle
Founder at Rumi
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