Following the success of the Princeton facility, PCR has seen an increase in the demand for their services across the U.S. and globally. This growth can be attributed in part to the ever rising pressure for products to comply with stringent safety guidelines. However, more and more organizations are testing their products to substantiate the bold claims made by their marketing departments in a bid to win their share of the market and avoid costly legal action.
“The demand for safety, efficacy and acceptability studies is on the rise daily. So, we’re happy to introduce our latest expansion plan and look forward to continuing to provide the highest level of service to our clients,” said PCR’s Global Director of Client Services. “The opening of our newest site in the US is a continuation of a company-wide expansion for Princeton Consumer Research after twenty successful years headquartered in the United Kingdom.”
The new facility will be approximately 12,000 square feet, and will offer two of the largest environmentally controlled rooms in the U.S., as well as an enormous database of test subjects to fulfill any research requirement. PCR’s business focuses on consumer product testing in areas such as skin, hair, eyes, and teeth. Essentially, they perform clinical trials to substantiate any claim that a cosmetic, beauty, personal care product or ingredient states as a benefit or hazard to the consumer.
“We pride ourselves on providing the highest level of customer service, and work with large and small clients alike,”
Princeton Consumer Research has brought together a large team of seasoned, experienced researchers who offer clients consistent study reliability and quality assurance in their Princeton, St. Petersburg and UK locations. For additional information visit their website: www.princetonconsumer.com or call 609-455-1112. www.princetonconsumer.com
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