The results are in for the 2015 Science/AAAS Life Scientist Purchasing Trends Study. ACP-LS is honored to have worked closely with Science/AAAS on the research study, and now ACP-LS members have access to the full report.
- 534 respondents
- 42% expect their laboratory budgets to increase in 2016
- Facebook found to be the social media site relied on most for new life science product information
- Company websites and information from colleagues remain the most important resource when purchasing from life science suppliers
- Technical comparisons with competitive products are most helpful when evaluating life science products
- Only 39% of life scientists involve suppliers when the need for a product or service is being determined
- Brand may account for 25% of customer loyalty when buying life science products
Members: Members follow the link below to sign in and to gain access to the full 43-page report and the summary presented at the 2015 ACP-LS Annual Meeting. Members Link
Non Members: Non Members may view the abridged summary of the presentation at the 2015 ACP-LS Annual Meeting. Alternatively you may join, and then return to this page to gain access to the full 43-page report and full presentation, by clicking on the members link above.