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Case
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Reference no. IMD-5-0537
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Published by:
IMD (1999)
Version:
12.07.2005
Length:
13 pages
Data source:
Field research
Abstract:
This is a case that highlights the issues involved in the launch of an infertility product and procedure, which allows women to become pregnant without having to undergo unpleasant hormone stimulation or experience dangerous side-effects. In bringing its product to market, Medi-Cult, a small biotechnology company, must deal with regulatory constraints, larger competitors, and the challenges of introducing a new product into the local and global marketplace. Questions raised are: Should the product be priced according to its perceived value? Should Medi-Cult pursue a penetration or market skimming strategy in pricing the new product? How will the contribution margin be affected if a global, regional, or multinational pricing strategy is chosen? What are the ethical issues in pricing pharmaceuticals?
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Worldwide, Bio-technology, 1998, 1997 turnover USD3 million
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