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  Growing a pharma business requires a strategic approach considering the specific context of your company and the pharmaceutical industry as a whole. Here are some general pointers to get you started: Market and Customer: Identify your target customer: Deeply understand the specific needs and challenges of your target audience, whether it's doctors, patients, hospitals, or other healthcare providers. This helps tailor your products, services, and marketing efforts. Focus on unmet needs: Look for gaps in the market where existing solutions are inadequate or unavailable. Addressing unmet needs can give you a competitive edge and drive innovation. Track market trends: Stay updated on regulatory changes, technological advancements, and emerging diseases to adapt your approach and anticipate future opportunities. Products and Services: Invest in R&D: Develop innovative products or differentiate existing ones through unique formulations, delivery methods, or combinations. Remember

Manufacturing Batch Record for Cosmetics

I. Particulars to be shown in the manufacturing records: 
(1) Serial number. 
(2) Name of the product. 
(3) Lot or Batch size. 
(4) Lot or Batch number. 
(5) Date of commencement of manufacture and date when manufacture was completed. 
(6) Names of all ingredients, quantities required for the lot/batch size, quantities actually used. 
(7) Control reference numbers in respect of raw materials used in formulation. 
(8) Reference to analytical report numbers or unique code. 
(9) Actual production and packing particulars indicating the size and quantity of finished packings. 
(10) Date of release of finished packing for distribution or sale. 
(11) Signature of the expert staff responsible for the manufacture. 

II. Records of raw materials: Records in respect of each raw material shall be maintained indicating the quantity received, control reference number, the quantity issued from time to time, the names and batch numbers of the products for the manufacture of which the said quantity of raw material has been issued and the particulars relating to the proper disposal of the stocks. 

Notes: (1) The Licensing Authority may permit the licensee to maintain records in such manner as is considered satisfactory, provided the basic requirements laid down above are complied with. 
(2) The Licensing Authority may direct the licensee to maintain records for such additional particulars, as it may consider necessary in the circumstances of a particular case.



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