Demand Generation I-Kit for Underutilized, Life Saving Commodities

Features and Typography


Data Collection: Using all the relevant sources you can identify, collect and report the type of facts that will help you make demand generation strategy decisions.

So What?

Data Analysis: Identify possible implications that the facts may have on the demand generation strategies

Now What?

Identify Strategic Priorities: Choose which implications to address in the demand generation strategy. Limit to 3-5 strategic priorities in order to focus the plan.

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