Our Services...

TalaveraScience provides a range of business development services for universities, start-ups, SMEs and larger businesses in the area of the physical, life and medical sciences.

TalaveraScience provides services in two distinct areas, Consultancy Services and Agency Services:

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Consultancy Services

  1. Company review, i.e., sanity checks
  2. Creation and execution of strategic marketing and sales plans
  3. Creation, maintenance and execution of business plans
  4. Market appraisals and surveys
  5. Email marketing campaigns
  6. Identification and profiling of prospective customers
  7. Procurement advice concerning scientific instrumentation
  8. Scientific and medical market research.
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Agency Services

  1. Creating awareness in and penetration of target markets
  2. Managing sales from initial contact through to close
  3. Keeping customers and prospects updated with developments.

Current agency agreements are held with Cryogenic Limited, Revolution NMR, Phoenix NMR and IonField Systems with more details on our portfolio pages.

Please contact info@talaverascience.com for further details.

Who we are...

Paul Jonsen, Consultant

Paul Jonsen speaking at EIE 2016

Paul has more than 25 years of experience in sales to the scientific and clinical research communities, including more than 10 years selling to the preclinical research community.

During that time he has worked with Chemagnetics, Inc. (Otsuka Electronics Europe Ltd), Varian Ltd, VisualSonics Ltd and with OsteoTronix Ltd./Acuitas Medical Ltd. and with the exception of Varian his role has been the establishment of the European and International market for these companies. He has an Honours degree in Chemistry (Dunelm), a PhD in solid state NMR (UEA), and has performed post-doctoral research in the laboratory of Professor Alexander Pines, UC Berkeley and was employed as a research scientist at the BP Research Centre, Sunbury on Thames. He has multiple publications and a patent.

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TalaveraScience provides services for creating high sales growth in a cost-effective and strategic manner for our clients using our in depth knowledge and understanding of the market place.

http://uk.linkedin.com/in/pauljonsen

Colleen Jonsen, Profile Consultant

Colleen Jonsen

Colleen hails from Sydney, Australia. She has held various administrative positions in banking, entertainment, media, retail and hospitality in both Australia and the United Kingdom. Previously, she worked for VisualSonics Ltd as an Inside Sales Consultant. Colleen is primarily responsible for the Inside Sales and Profiling to source new prospective customers, to research, update and maintain the integrity of data held for current customers and to provide relevant information that may be used to gauge customer need.

Origins of TalaveraScience's name and about our logo...

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We are often asked about the origins of the name of our business. The name Talavera can allude to various places and objects.

Google Maps of Talavera Road, North Ryde, Sydney, Australia

Firstly, the city of Talavera de la Reina in Spain was the site of two battles; the first being between Sir Arthur Wellesley (Britain) and General Cuesta (Spain) against French forces in the Peninsular War of 1809 and the second in the Spanish Civil War in 1936.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Talavera

There are also various jumping spiders of the genus Talavera.

https://bugguide.net/node/view/929461

Alternatively, there is also Talavera pottery from Mexico.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talavera_pottery

However, we chose the name from a road in North Ryde, Sydney, Australia near where Colleen is from.


Our Logo

Our logo is based on the Banded Demoiselle Damselfly (Calopteryx Splendens) and not a mosquito as some individuals have cheekily suggested! The Banded Demoiselle Damselfly can be found in a number of locations including Asia,China, Europe, Russia and the United Kingdom.

The three links below provide more information on these beautiful creatures.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banded_Demoiselle

http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Banded_Demoiselle



For your information: the Banded Demoiselle Damselfly photograph was taken by Böhringer Friedrich. Please mention him as the author and accredit the photograph to him. If you want send him a message click here or click rufre@lenz-nenning.at. His own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 at,link.

Photo by Böhringer Friedrich. He says, 'Feel free to use my photos, but please mention me as the author and if you want send me a message. or (rufre@lenz-nenning.at) - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 at, https:/commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=25382462'