Dear Customers,

COVID-19 is a humanitarian and societal crisis of unprecedented speed and scale.

In all the countries where we have offices, measures are being taken to prevent a rapid spread of the virus.

Like many other companies, we also take all the necessary measures to protect our customers, employees and their families. Respecting the health guidelines of the authorities, enabling working from home and providing virtual workshops.

These measures are taken to ensure the quality and timely delivery of all our engagements. Our offices are and will stay (VIRTUALLYOPEN, our consultants will serve and deliver as agreed upon, maintaining our high-quality standards, and adjusting as needed to the current challenges.

All our client meetings/workshops are and will be organized in a virtual way until the end of April. We will monitor the situation closely and are fully prepared and equipped to do this in a professional manner.

Please contact your Trilations’ Project Manager, Account Manager or anyone within our team if you have any questions regarding our client engagement, your planned delivery schedule, or any other questions!

Thank you for your continuing business.  Let’s keep the economy running in a safe way.

Best regards,

Johan Vermeiren

Managing Partner, Trilations NV”

Our aim is to be the preferred business partner of our customers, by providing innovative, added value services via engaged consultants.
Johan Vermeiren CEO
“We are committed to serving the North American and LATAM markets from our new US office. Our unique expertise in fact-based HCP insights, applied in various frameworks across the entire pharma and medical device life cycle, help your brand and company succeed!”
Bradley Tritle General Manager Americas
“Trilations is possibly one of the best companies to combine Marketing Research and Consulting, with a well balanced Bottom-Up and Top-Down approach. where we can make business impact with fact-based decisions.”
Korkut Bilgin General Manager Japan & Asia Pacific

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