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Majority Of Indian Firms “Beginners” In Digital Journey

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Many global pharmaceutical companies are well launched on their digital marketing “journeys” to engage with customers, but most of their Indian peers are still only at the beginner’s stage, says a new EY report, warning this could have critical implications in an increasingly competitive market.

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