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How To Be Successful In Pharmaceutical Business?

  Hi Guys I am Ajay Kamboj and today we will talk that if you want to be successful in pharmaceutical business or ayurvedic business or nutraceuticals business then what you have to do for that. How you can be successful we will talk about the same in this post Actually, whenever anyone asks me if they want to be successful in pharma business. Whether it is marketing, manufacturing, trading, distribution then how can they can be successful. Then I have a simple answer, for everyone, they to make their own network. They do not understand that and they feel I am talking about network marketing. I do not mean here with network marketing, networking exists in every business and for the success of any business networking is very important How much good idea you have? How much unique idea you have? You are coming with a product that is not available with anyone but till you will not have a good network Unless you know how you will deliver your product to your customer, who is its end user

What should I choose after B pharmacy? Should I open own business or continue with the job?

What we should do after B. Pharmacy or our pharmacy education? Job or business! 

That is one of the most asked question by students passing their degree.

My suggestion is that you should start with job whether you are capable for starting business or not just after your degree. Because pharmaceutical market is vast ocean and there are lot of things to learn.

What we have learn during our education is just basic concepts. These are helpful only to understand technical terminology when we enter into pharmaceutical industry. Other than understanding basic terminology, there is no use of that education in pharmaceutical business world.

Look around yourself, how many persons you meet that are from pharmaceutical background and they are in pharma business. Very few persons will be there. Most of persons whether they are distributors, manufacturing company’s owners, marketers or retailers, from the non-pharma background. So, for starting a pharma business, your pharma degree is not enough.

For starting and in other sense, running a successful pharma business, you require to have practical knowledge of pharmaceutical sector and that can come from experience in pharmaceutical industry. And for gaining experience, job is one of the most relevant option. One of the most interesting fact about job is that you even get paid for learning at initial level.

Some persons argue we will learn things from only doing so we should start business and then we will learn with time. There are some basic fundamentals of business that require time to learn. Lest there should be more loss in this learning process. So be careful.

It’s good to learn from process but not at cost of your career and business. So, its good to learn and doing good work during job could be foundation of a new entrepreneurship.

Hope this information is helpful to you…

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