The Mid-Size Pharmaceutical Market: In-Depth Assessment of the Current Trends with Growth Strategies of Key Companies Shared in Latest Research

This report provides key insights on the mid-size pharma industry, from data covering over 80 mid-size companies - both those focused exclusively on pharma, and those also involved in other divisions of healthcare, such as medical devices, in addition to pharma products.

Pune, India - June 14, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Pharmaceutical companies with annual revenue in 2016 of between $1 billion and $10 billion are considered to be mid-size companies in the report. The mid-size pharma market is growing rapidly. Most of these companies are focusing heavily on developing a portfolio of generic products covering a variety of therapy areas and geographies. They have been competing with large pharma by developing generic products of high value innovative biologics after their patent expiry.

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Scope
• How can the mid-sized pharma segment be defined in general, and what is its role in the industry?
• Which mid-size pharma companies are on the leaders in terms of revenue, R&D expenditure, number of R&D products, marketed products and number of employees in 2016?
• What is the revenue forecast for the key mid-size companies in 2023?
• What are the key marketed products of the top mid-size pharma companies? What were the global sales figures in 2016 and what are the forecasts for 2023 for these products?
• Which therapy areas are the key mid-size companies are focusing on? What are the global sales forecasts of late-stage pipeline products that are set to enter the market during the forecast period?
• What was the year-on-year revenue growth and year-on-year R&D expenditure of key mid-size pharma companies between 2014 and 2016?
• What are the key strategies followed by mid-size pharma companies to improve their revenue and push towards joining the large pharma

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Reasons To Buy
• Interpret the key players in the mid-size pharma segment through the analysis of companies, particularly based on R&D investments, year-on-year revenue and R&D expenditure, and pipeline and marketed products.
• Gain insights on how mid-size pharma companies have explored new technologies to shape their current portfolios and R&D pipelines.
• Understand the detailed profiling of top mid-size pharma companies based on their revenue in 2016. The profiling of the companies includes top-selling marketed products, major late-stage pipeline products expected to enter into the market in the near future and their forecasts, and key deals analysis.
• Recognize the various challenges faced by mid-size pharma companies.
• Understand the major growth strategies followed by mid-size pharma companies in recent years.

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