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Maxims applied: How Pfizer's Maxim Violation with Nektar to develop and bring to market an inhaled insulin product called Exubera

Posted on: 15-May-2008

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Its one of the most basic of maxims: that all marketing is based on needs, wants, features, and benefits. Where most go wrong, and Pfizer did so costly in this case study, is that they focus on features and wants because . . .

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