Farmak, the leader of the domestic pharmaceutical industry, has launched a website of its Representative Office in Uzbekistan, which can be found at farmak.uz.
Farmak’s Representative Office in Uzbekistan has been working since 2004. Although it is worth mentioning that Farmak’s products were launched at Uzbekistan market back in 1990s. According to the analytical pharmaceutical database, Drug Audit, maintained by Yevro Farmis, today Farmak is in TOP-10 largest pharmaceutical manufacturers at Uzbekistan market, ranking 9th with a market share of 2.15 % (monetary value, USD).
The resource has a convenient Russian interface and a clear structure that allows finding all the necessary information in maximum three clicks.
Maya Sandulska, Head of Department for Marketing of Export Markets, Farmak, says, “The website of our Company’s Representative Office in Uzbekistan will enable to enhance communication with the target audience in the local market. It will allow prompt informing of new drugs marketed in Uzbekistan, social projects implemented by the Representative Office, activities of the Representative Office and the Company itself, vacancies and quick feedback from patients, potential partners, companies and institutions interested in cooperation with the Representative Office”.
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