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  • Pharmaceutical Sales Research Paper

    he started working for the steel mill in hometown of Gary, Indiana. It wasn’t until about a year later when he learned about the job of pharmaceutical sales and he made the decision to quit the steel mill and start working for a pharmaceutical sales company. In November 1998, Mr. Wainwright began working for Sanofi- Aventis as a sales representative where he promoted a full line of Primary Care Respiratory and Osteoporosis Products like Allegra, Azmacort, Nasacort AQ and Actonel. One of the main aspects that attracted him to this company is because he has asthma and he is very familiar with those types of treatments. A benefit of being loyal to a company is the chance to further your education expense. Sanofi-Aventis paid for Mr. Wainwright to college to receive his Masters of Business Administration with a minor in Marketing from Indiana University. Four years later he was promoted to senior institutional sales representative where he was responsible for achieving annual profit objectives with Lovenox, a blood clot treatment, by influencing key Orthopedic Surgeons, Critical Care Facilities, Cardiologists and other significant physicians. After staying with Sanofi- Aventis, Mr. Wainwright felt that he would have a better opportunity at a different pharmaceutical company, Daiichi-Sankyo. In 2012, he started working Daiichi- Sankyo as a region al account manager where he is responsible for hiring, developing, leading and promoting seven highly talented Hospital Sales…

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  • Sanofi-Synthelabo Merger Essay

    esentation analyses the events leading up to the 2004 merger between the pharmaceutical companies Sanofi-Synthelabo and Aventis. It reveals the social, commercial and political complexities and challenges of a merger process in which the defence of French national interests and regional capabilities competed with traditional ‘commercial’ narratives before the deal was closed. presentation critically evaluates the competing criteria adopted by government and industry to justify different…

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  • Genzyme Case Study Solution

    Introduction 3 1. Context 4 a. The global environment 4 b. Sanofi 5 c. Genzyme 7 d. Expected synergies 7 2. First offer 8 a. The offer 8 b. Reasons of the refuse 8 c. Impact of this first offer 9 3. Agreement and plan of merger 9 a. Tender Offer 9 b. Contingent Value Right (CVR) 10 c. Acquisition financing 10 d. Financial benefits 11 4. Results 12 a. The new group’s organization 12 b. Transfer of business units 12 Conclusion 14 References 15 Introduction For 15 years, we have assisted…

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  • The Paleo Diet

    the body for growth and development of the body. Healthy eating through the teenage years is crucial to support the body through this time of rapid change. Unfortunately, teenagers do not understand it this way and somehow parents need to force these vitamins and minerals in their diets (Sanofi-aventis Healthcare, 2012). Alternatively, if dieting programs had to be used for certain reasons and had professional help from either doctors or dieticians. Modifications, such as maintaining correct…

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  • Docetaxel Research Paper

    metabolized in the liver. It can be broken down into three metabolites: M1, M3, and M4. Trials done on patients showed that docetaxel clearance is related to the patient 's body surface area. Patients who had hepatic dysfunction had a 30% decrease in docetaxel clearance and were more prone to toxic infections from the drug treatment. Studies showed that clearance decreased greatly with age. There were increased alpha1 acid glycoprotein and albumin concentrations that decreased surface area.…

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  • Case Study: Staggered Board And Supermajority Provision

    better takeover terms. An example of the former can be seen in the movie "Pretty Woman" when corporate raider/black knight Edward Lewis, played by Richard Gere, has a change of heart and decides to work with the head of a company he'd originally planned on ransacking. Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong has been deemed as a white knight for his $70.5 million investment in May 2016 into Tribune Publishing, a newspaper company that is currently fending off a takeover attempt by Gannett Co., the United…

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  • My Duties And Responsibilities In Deployment

    Chan Kim and Phil Parker. Taking special courses about the pharma industry such as Health Care Management with Prof Stephen Chick, joining the healthcare club and participating in the social innovation center’s Healthcare management initiative will allow me to expand my knowledge of this industry and find the optimal job opportunity. I heard a lot about Pierre Chandon, Phillip Anderson, and Ziv Carmon and their marketing management, Venture capital and private equity and consumer psychology…

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  • Descriptive Essay On New Jersey

    much more to offer to the representation of New Jersey. Bridgewater and its surrounding towns are rich in colonial history. Way back when Washington was an army general, he camped in Bridgewater. Throughout town headstones can be found where he and his troops stayed. Bridgewater was originally purchased from an Indian tribe. It was chartered by King George II of England in 1749 and incorporated in 1899. Up until the 1960’s Bridgewater was a farming community. After people started to move out…

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  • Marijuana Treatment Research Paper

    the United States. Dexanabinol is used for neuroprotective use after surgeries. These surgeries are primarily cardiac. Research is being conducted to test the effectiveness of this drug as being a possible anti-cancer drug. This drug is currently approved by the FDA for use to prevent brain damage that follows a traumatic injury. However, dexanabinol is not an organic version or alternative to marijuana. Acomplia is another medication similar to marijuana. This type of drug is used to reduce…

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  • Pharmaceutical Industry Case Study

    market has been increasing its share by 16% (2009) to 25 % (2015). The Indian generic market is replicating its success in different countries of the world like Russia, Brazil and Mexico which are branded in nature. 1.5.6 M & A: Potential Catalyst: With higher growth prospects in emerging markets, many multinational branded drug companies are trying to expand their presence in generic pharmaceuticals. This has increased their interest in generic companies with an established product portfolio…

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