Animation and Digital Solutions for Investor Relations
Medical animation is a valuable tool for bringing science to life and conveying the key messages behind pipelines and products. Effective scientific communication can help investors understand and visualize the science behind a concept, disease, drug, or product. Enabling your audience to grasp complicated science and understand complex drug pathways is vital for gaining successful investor funding and interest.
Commissioning a mechanism of disease or mechanism of action (MoD/MoA) animation is a great way to;
- Boost return on investment
- Secure funding
- Aid understanding
- Heighten curiosity
- Build a brand image
When we go and talk to a potential investor or partner, one of the first things they ask is ‘how does your drug work?’ When you have a 30-minute slot, it is quite awkward if it takes 20 minutes to explain how it works. So on the idea that a picture is worth a thousand words, if we had a video to show how it works, then it takes some of the burden off of explaining the MoA of our drug.
At Random42, we have an in-house team of PhD-qualified scientists, artists, animators, and programmers who have the expertise to provide high-quality digital assets and interactive experiences to reflect your investor needs.
Assets from a medical animation can be leveraged across all corporate materials to give your company a stand-out, memorable, and professional look and feel. High-quality imagery, animation stills, and short video clips can enrich slide decks to create cohesive content and enhance visual brand identity.
Medical Animation assets are also excellent for social media channels, website content, press releases, slide decks, presentations, and booths. When presenting to potential investors, an animation can transform complicated science into lay terms so each person can understand concepts, no matter their background knowledge.
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are also popular technologies used to bring science to life. At a meeting or event, a VR headset or AR experience on a handheld device can be used and can transport the viewer into the environment, making it the perfect scientific visualization tool.
View a selection of our scientific animation case studies for investor relations activities below…