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Webinar: Ensuring an actionable segmentation

One of the most consistent issues researchers face with segmentation is ensuring that it is actionable.
One of the most consistent issues researchers face with segmentation is ensuring that it is actionable. Even the best constructed and well observed segmentation solution will fall down if people within your company don’t adopt it, and the most detailed and comprehensive (and expensive) segmentation is of no use if it isn’t implemented.

In this webinar, quantitative experts Duncan Munro and Jennifer Redfearn, utilise knowledge and experience garnered from more than 15 years of conducting global segmentations for pharma, to explore the following key segmentation challenges:

  • Conducting global segmentations
    The benefits and potential pitfalls of conducting global segmentation research
  • Encouraging internal buy-in
    Examining the best techniques to ensure that a segmentation is adopted by key internal stakeholders.
  • Ensuring sales force execution
    Identifying the key challenges that prevent successful execution and explore the ways in which researchers can overcome these issues and ensure an actionable segmentation   
  • Answer your segmentation questions
To view this webinar please visit http://bit.ly/1C4QKwL

31st March 2015

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