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SANOFI: Example Class Lecture
CBA University provides the students with an example class, in which they let them, see and experience how companies work. We were fortunate to see one of our graduate working for one of the most knowable multinational pharmaceutical company. It was motivating to see how successful she was since she graduated and I believe it was an honor to be back as a representative and to give an overall introduction to a well-known company in a class she used to take. In this example class she talked about her company SANOFI, what they do, the pharma industry dynamics, and business to business modem.
At first we did not know what was SANOFI? She said it was for private reasons, because they don't promote it directly to consumers but actually though healthcare professionals. She continued talking about SANOFI which is the fourth leading pharmaceutical company with revenue of €33 billion from last year. SANOFI offer both chemical and biological molecules which is becoming 8% of SANOFI research and development. The company has a diversified offer therefor they don't just make drugs but also healthcare solutions, devices and vaccines.
SANOFI is present in 100 countries including Saudi Arabia. It has over 110.00 employees all over the world and with a 112.00 industrial site. SANOFI has a long heritage it established in 1718 and it went through a lot of merges with other companies. It went from SANOFI to Sanofi-Synthélabo to Sanofi-Aventis in 2004 and finally it settled back again to SANOFI in 2011. SANOFI also acquired a lot of companies like Genzyme for rare diseases, Merial for animal health, Zentiva for generics, and Global pharma in the Middle East.
SANOFI has 7 growth platforms which are emerging markets (except Europe and the United States since they are the markets driving the growth), rare diseases (through the acquisition of Genzyme),…...

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