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20172021 Animal Health Market Consolidation: Who will not survive? [Updated: 30032017] Prices from USD $4850

09:40 EDT 6 Jun 2017 | BioPortfolio Reports

Will the industry consolidate, decentralize, or undergo a bimodal transformation?

How will the current trends affect the major market segments?

Which companies will enter the market and which will not survive?

This new 110page report from VPGMarketResearch analyzes strategies, marketing tactics and
technological knowhow of the worldrsquo;s leading animal health companies, including:

  • Fiveyear forecasts for:

    Major market segments

    Key geographic regions

  • Assessment of major U.S. and international trends with potentially significant impact on the animal health industry during the next five years, including discussion of such issues as pricing, industry consolidation, market globalization, growing Ramp;D cost, generics, as well as advances in genomics, proteomics, drug screening, tissue engineering, bioinformatics and other technologies.

    The company profiles include:


  • Specific business, new product development and marketing strategies.

  • Anticipated acquisitions, joint ventures and divestitures.

  • Major strengths and weaknesses.

  • Sales force size in the U.S. and other markets.

  • Promotional tactics.

  • Distribution approaches.

  • Product service and support.

  • Customer relations.

  • Internally developed and acquired animal health technologies, processes and related capabilities.

  • Proprietary technologies and patent litigations.

  • Contains 110 pages and 6 tables

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