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Brand Planning for the Pharmaceutical Industry begins by exploring what branding is and why it is of importance, particularly to the pharmaceutical sector. The book then goes on to show how branding can be integrated into the early stages of the commercialization process for new products, both in theory and in the 'real' world. The book provides a step-by-step guide to brand planning, using market segmentation as the starting point.
The book is split into two parts, the first dealing comprehensively with brand planning for products yet to get to the market, with the second part applying the same process to products that are already on the market. Both parts are extremely pragmatic, full of pertinent examples and insights from the pharmaceutical industry, and are directly applicable to your own brand planning.
Brand Planning for the Pharmaceutical Industry concludes by confronting the problems that organizations are likely to have in actually making brand planning an integral part of their work and presents strategies for dealing with them.
|Pt. I||Developing a brand plan for a new product||9|
|2||External analysis : the starting point||19|
|3||The internal analysis : the next step||32|
|4||Joining up the thinking||43|
|5||Formulating the strategy||53|
|6||Developing the brand strategy||62|
|7||Completing the plan||78|
|Pt. II||Planning for an in-line brand||87|
|8||Reviewing the market size, value and competitor dynamics||89|
|9||Reviewing the brand situation||99|
|10||Setting new brand objectives||111|
|11||Planning for implementation||117|
|12||Reviewing the sales forecast||126|
|13||Building the brand through effective communication||133|
|14||Monitoring and controlling the implementation of the brand plan||143|