Satisfaction Survey results of the 6th edition
As for any process oriented project, the learning lesson session is crucial for continuous improvement. This is why the outcome of the satisfaction survey is for us so important. We want to make sure that our priorities while planning the new edition are still aligned with the expectations of the attendees and review our strategy is where required.
The new PLA management team confirms one more year success. From 3 years in a row in Gran Hotel Don Jaime Castelldefels, Barcelona, the event moved to Italy, lake Maggiore at the Gran Hotel Dino and meet the challenge.
- 80% new visitors to the event
- 20% increase attendees from last year
- 65% visitors vs 35% exhibitors
- Increase of interest from non-pharma companies sharing same scientific data management needs
Visitors comment very positively the right balance of content and sessions as well as the multiple topics covered. #blockchain #digitaltwin #eArchive #unstructureddata #dataintegrity #dataanalytics #ontology #masterdata #metadata #bigdata #allotropeframework
I really enjoy discovering the topics that my company will start discussing in the future and benefit from the sharing of users experiences. The mix of today problem solving approaches and introduction to the technologies to be potentially implemented in the lab of the future like the blockchain, makes this event very special.
- 17 plenary sessions
- 14 sponsored workshops
- 6 hours of networking opportunities
- dedicated app to interact with peers, vendors and presenters
- 1 interactive Panel forum discussion see " food for thoughts from the PLA2018 interactive panel forum
From the satisfaction survey: Which of these objectives did you reach at the event?
The PLA2018 was my first visit to PLA. I’ve been actively involved in implementing LIMS and KM systems for R&D for 8 years and working on a new automation initiative. It is an excellent conference. I have been stimulated and excited by it. Thanks!
From the satisfaction survey: How much did you get from the workshops?