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India

Technology-enabled innovation remains critical to exploiting opportunities in the Indian market. Doing this successfully in ‘homogeneous’ mature markets such as Europe and North America requires detailed understanding of product design, business models and distribution channels. In less mature ‘heterogenous’ markets with layered socio-demographics, this is harder to do because the economics of scaling are more complex. And taking technologies, products and services across the divide between these two types of markets can be challenging. Cross-border business development in this context requires a thorough understanding of the Indian market structure, its drivers, dynamics and the role of the ecosystem and partners to achieve success. The objective of Catalyzt India is to provide insights on the Indian market differences and practical guidance on cross-border business development.

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Overview of the Indian Medical Devices Market

The Indian medical devices industry constitutes around 8% of the Indian healthcare sector and was worth about US$6.3 billion in 2013. The industry is highly fragmented with 65% of manufacturing attributable to SMEs and the higher-end of the market dominated by foreign manufacturers with... More »

Friday, June 27, 2014

Overview of the Indian Wound Care Market

The wound care market can be segmented into the following categories: Traditional Wound Care; Basic Wound Care; Advanced Wound Care; Active Wound Care; and Wound Care Therapy Devices. The Indian market is growing rapidly consistent with other sectors of the Indian Healthcare market. The total... More »

Friday, June 27, 2014

Indian Pharma: an industry in rapid transition

The Indian pharma market is in a state of rapid transition. Following the introduction of product patents, several multinational companies are expected to launch patented drugs in India, notwithstanding residual anxieties about compulsory licensing. The Indian market is also set to change with... More »

Friday, June 27, 2014

The Indian Healthcare market: will the priorities change?

The new Modi government in India has so far restricted itself to making a few broad policy announcements relating to the Indian healthcare system and the commercial players who provide medical devices, drugs, expertise and technologies to this sector, so it is unclear what level of government... More »

Friday, June 27, 2014

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