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ESADE wins 3rd place in the Johnson & Johnson Case Competition

Our main motivation for signing up for the Johnson & Johnson case competition was because of the challenge it posed.  Pharma-economics is a challenging, highly complex industry, and we knew it would require an incredible amount of hard work and research. Despite knowing this, we wanted to push our limits and expand our knowledge of this sector.

The harder the challenge, the more rewarding the end result, so we went for it with everything we had.

The project was about creating a market access strategy in EMEA for the launch of a severe respiratory disease treatment drug. Additionally, we were posed with the question to optimally transfer this solution to emerging markets. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hult Prize 2016 – “The Year of the App”

[Written by Serik Sharipov]

The Hult Prize case challenge for 2017 is out. Why should you participate?

It is safe to say that the Hult Prize competition was one of the highlights of my first MBA year at ESADE. It gave me a chance to explore a largely unknown to me area of social entrepreneurship. It helped me hone my skills during preparation and the pitching rounds of the contest. It provided a great opportunity to network with ambitious bright students from all over the world at the regional meet in London. Most importantly, it was a fun project to work on with my friends and classmates, Betsy, Moni, and Lauren (Team Tuyyo!).

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