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Medical Sales profession is considered as one of the happiest jobs. In-spite of that turnover, the burn out is very high in the industry.
A Medreps survey conducted found that 43 percent of responders were either somewhat or extremely satisfied in their jobs. Yet the same survey found.
- 88 percent of those medical sales professionals polled were looking for new job opportunities.
- Two-thirds had worked for about two to three companies in the last 10 years alone, and the average length of stay for the currently employed was only 3.4 years.
- If you are a Medical sales person who can influence or who has an influence on or who has worked with Gynaecologists or Gynaec hospitals.
Indian Maternal & Newborn Home-care market
We are the fastest growing Prodice (product & service) in India in the mother and newborn baby care segment. We have a unique B-B-I-C (Business -Business-Influencer-Customer) model, whereby our franchise network across India carries our product to the nook and corner of the country.
Gynaecologists, across India who are convinced about the need for postnatal care are our biggest endorsers, and our products are sold through hospital pharmacies.
Our network has reached out to approx 3% of the affluent market in India and by 2025 we are expecting to penetrate into at least 6% of the affluent newly delivered mothers household which would be approximately 5 lakh homes. 75% of our product customers request for therapy at home, which would amount to 3,75,000 therapies conducted cross the country.
*Study by Eric D Beinhocker, Diana Farrell and Adil S Zainulbhai- Tracking the growth of India’s Middle class. There is 10 lakh households in India in the affluent segment, at 5% of the total population. This is expected to grow to 41% ie 82 lakhs by 2025.