Product Efficacy is Key Differentiator for Your Brands in the Same Indication
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – July 1, 2011 – At the risk of creating confusion for internal and external stakeholders, many biopharmaceutical companies still introduce a new brand in the same indication as a legacy product. Beyond clearing up stakeholder confusion, marketing executives must manage internal resources and avoid product cannibalization in the marketplace.
Promoting product efficacy to internal and external stakeholders is effective for differentiating multiple brands for the same indication or area of use. Nearly two-thirds of participants rated efficacy among their top three differentiators in “Expanding a Product Portfolio without Cannibalizing an Established Brand,” primary research conducted by Best Practices, LLC.
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Key insights include:
- On average, 67% of the combined spend for the legacy and new products is allocated to the new brand during its first year on the market.
- After the new product is launched, spending priorities for the legacy product shift to sampling, coupon-discount programs and direct mail.
“Expanding a Product Portfolio without Cannibalizing an Established Brand” is a 61-page report with more than 130 benchmark metrics and 37 executive narratives, providing marketing and brand executives with valuable insights and exhaustive data to plan and implement marketing strategies for multiple, high-performing brands in the same indication.
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