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Maximizing the Potential of Mature Brands with Key Lifecycle Management Strategies Tailored to the Pharmaceutical Industry
Date:2/15/2013

each strategy.
  • An overview of the operation, expenses, responsibilities & business impact of dedicated mature brand (MB) groups.
  • The 76-page report delivers hard-to-find benchmarks around the implementation time, cost and ROI of frequently used lifecycle management strategies. It also provides benchmarks on the optimal size and structure of Mature Brand Organizations, as well as the barriers and regulations affecting the strategies used by Mature Brand Organizations.

    Research participants included 25 executives and managers from 18 different pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Respondents represented more than a dozen therapeutic areas.

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