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Chris Slocumb

Chris Slocumb

About Chris Slocumb

Chris is the founder and president of Clarity Quest Marketing, where she leads a talented group of marketers and designers helping healthcare and technology companies achieve marketing and business goals. To learn more about Chris' experiences and qualifications, visit our Meet Our Executive Team page.

Long-Time Client Astarte Biologics Merges with Key Biologics, Secures Equity Investment

Key Biologics has completed its merger with Astarte Biologics to create the leading provider of human immune cells, blood products, and related services to the biopharmaceutical industry. As part of the merger, the new entity also received an investment from Ampersand Capital Partners to continue expanding [...]

7 Tips for Learning Niche Industry Lingo Quickly

Companies are increasingly focusing on narrow niche vertical targets, and many organizations are launching products into unfamiliar verticals. This is especially common in the healthcare and life sciences verticals where companies that traditionally sold into government, manufacturing or financial sectors now seek to penetrate the [...]

Clarity Quest Marketing Exhibiting at BIO 2018 in Boston 

We're excited to be exhibiting at the BIO International Convention on June 5, 2018, in the Connecticut Pavilion, #411. Since our agency's founding in 2001, we have successfully grown the revenues and valuations of numerous biotech companies. We grew Astarte Biologics, a specialized cell provider, by 68% [...]

Health IT Marketing & PR Conference: Takeaways From a Veteran

2018 HITMC is in the books! Ava Haekler and I had a great time in New Orleans. She posted her takeaways from a rookie in an earlier post. It was the fifth HITMC I attended, and the fourth event of which Clarity Quest Marketing was [...]

Leading a High-Growth Business: Thrills and Pitfalls

  Leading a high-growth business has its challenges. People often say, “Hey, don’t complain. You have a high-class problem.” But I think leading a high-growth company can be as challenging as heading up a company in decline with a dry pipeline. They are very different scenarios [...]