DUBLIN, Apr. 07, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets
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report to their offering.
OTC Distribution in Europe - the 2014 much expanded edition is an in-depth strategic analysis that defines and explores the main themes of change running through the European region and shows how they will influence consumer healthcare manufacturers' channel strategies. It provides a wealth of knowledge covering 22 European markets, together with insights into an increasingly complex market from a highly respected strategy consultant, James W. Dudley.
Expanded to include the new fast growing markets - Bulgaria and Romania
The 2014 edition of the OTC Distribution in Europe study builds on over 22 years of research into the European market for non-prescription and OTC medicines as well as associated consumer healthcare products.
OTC Distribution in Europe covers: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
OTC Distribution in Europe is a study of the factors driving change and presenting challenges and opportunities to manufacturers. It includes analysis and discussion of European and national statutory and regulatory developments; healthcare supply chain economics; evolving formal and informal channel structures; distribution channel competitors' market shares, linkages and groupings.
OTC Distribution in Europe is an exploration of changes in manufacturer, retail customer and shopper needs and the unfolding strategies required by healthcare companies to adapt and lead Europe's self-medication markets.
OTC Distribution in Europe provides insights and understanding of inter-channel rivalries between pharmacy and the mass market operators and the need for retail pharmacy chains or voluntary groups to force the pace of innovation. This is needed to challenge emerging competing channels including supermarkets, mail order pharmacies and the Internet.
OTC Distribution in Europe provides up-to-date statistics, insights, discussion and opinions regarding the historic, present and future challenges and opportunities for the European consumer healthcare market together with consumer insights, market sizes, sales trends and distributor market shares
Key Topics Covered:
CHAPTER 1 DISTRIBUTION OF OTC MEDICINES IN EUROPE - INTRODUCTION, MARKET DEFINITIONS AND SUMMARY OF
CHAPTER 2 EUROPEAN PHARMACY CHANNELS ENTERING A GLOBAL ERA
CHAPTER 3 Profiles of Companies Driving the European Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
CHAPTER 4 GROWTH OF NEW CHANNELS FOR CONSUMER HEALTHCARE IN EUROPE
CHAPTER 5 OTC Distribution in Belgium THE NON-PRESCRIPTION AND OTC SELF-MEDICATION MARKET IN BELGIUM 2013
CHAPTER 6 OTC Distribution in France THE SELF-MEDICATION MARKET IN FRANCE 2013
CHAPTER 7 OTC Distribution in Germany
CHAPTER 8 OTC Distribution in Italy
CHAPTER 9 OTC Distribution in the Netherlands THE NON-PRESCRIPTION MEDICINES AND OTC SELF-MEDICATION
CHAPTER 10 OTC Distribution in Spain INTRODUCTION - THE SPANISH OTC MEDICINES MARKET
CHAPTER 11 OTC Distribution in the United Kingdom INTRODUCTION - NON-PRESCRIPTION MEDICINES AND OTC
CHAPTER 12 OTC Distribution in Austria & Switzerland AUSTRIA
CHAPTER 13 OTC Distribution in the Nordic Region SWEDEN, DENMARK, FINLAND AND NORWAY
CHAPTER 14 OTC Distribution in Central & Eastern Europe - Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Slovenia,
CHAPTER 15 OTC Distribution in the Russian Federation THE NON-PRESCRIPTION MEDICINES AND OTC SELF-MEDICATION
CHAPTER 16 Conclusions of the Report Meeting the Challenge of Globalisation OTC Distribution in Europe
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