Earlier today Blair Hesp of Kainic Medical Communications formally kicked off our MedComms Day 2016 from New Zealand with the first tweet from the right time zone! Here he describes how the day has started for his team.
It’s been a freezing cold start to the day in Dunedin, New Zealand, for the Kainic team. We’re now a truly global operation providing freelance support across Europe, Asia, the US and Australasia, and had briefs sitting in our inbox from several UK- and Hong Kong-based clients by the time I got up this morning.
It looks like slide deck development, manuscript writing, incorporating amendments, developing ref packs/data checking, and overnight Zinc uploads for the rest of the day for us.
I also expect that we’ll be touching base with a local client in New Zealand later on today and continuing our efforts to help organise the Australasian Medical Writer’s Conference that is being held in Auckland in August, which will be the first time it has been held outside of Australia.
In the afternoon we’ll have our clients in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong coming online, so we’ll probably see some client comments and amendments, and possibly the odd new project, coming through from them too.