KOL Engagement

Transforming Science to Life

Engaging with your key opinion leaders (KOLs) is a critical and invaluable aspect of refining your message to your market. We facilitate your access to these key individuals, build a foundation for valuable ongoing relationships, and structure activities to maximize value received for time spent.

Let us help you expand your network and gain actionable insights through our strategically designed, high-yield, advisory boards/working sessions, “Executive Encounters” (our signature one-on-one meetings), and investigator summits.

Advisory Boards: At Lifecom Scientia, we use communication science and personality dynamics to design high-yield advisory boards, both live and virtual. This design allows you to efficiently collect focused information critical to strategic success. We design our advisory boards to be inclusive and equitable, creating an intellectually stimulating and highly rated KOL experience. We appropriately balance presentation time to maximize discussion and the opportunity to solicit and receive valuable, focused feedback and insights. Our design allows you to build relationships with new KOLs and allows us to share our long-standing relationships with top-level KOLs in your field.

Executive Encounters: In our signature “Executive Encounters” program, Lifecom Scientia researches attendees at conferences in your specialty and conducts pre-program outreach to identify key participants and determine interest levels in further interaction. We concentrate communications on those KOLs who demonstrate a high likelihood of engagement. We arrange all logistics and provide the information you need to prepare you for your valuable, one-on-one interaction with the KOL.

Investigator Summits: Boost trial enrollment by increasing investigator awareness and confidence through expertly designed educational training programs. With in-depth breakout sessions, data review, guest patient speakers, knowledge checks, and team activities, your summit is more than just engaging—it’s strategically effective.