PharmaSim webinar with Professor John Kaegi
Learn about our updated Marketing Management Simulation!

 

When:

Wednesday, April 10th, from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT

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This is an online event! Webinar access information will be sent to you after registration. 

Hosting this event:

 Laura Chappell Arnold-CRM for Marketing  Simulations: Laura has been with Interpretive  for 7 years, having moved up through   customer service to now be responsible for all of our marketing simulations. She is the primary point of contact for all customers using our marketing simulations.

Tim Sams- Director of Marketing: Tim has been at Interpretive for 8 years, working in areas of marketing, sales, and product development. Tim will co-host this event with Adele.

PharmaSim Simulation

PharmaSim is a marketing management simulation based on the over-the-counter cold medicine industry. While it focuses on brand management, the issues raised apply to marketers in any industry. In PharmaSim, your students will learn the importance of understanding customer needs, creating awareness for your products, finding the best distribution model, and deriving an appropriate pricing structure. 

Read about our latest update here!

Agenda:

  • Introductions
  • General information about PharmaSim
  • Demo of the simulation
  • Interpretive Support to Faculty & Students
  • Questions from participants
  • Conclusion

Guest Speaker: John Kaegi

 The former senior executive with major brands in four different industries, Mr.   Kaegi applies over 40 years of corporate business experience to his life-long   interest in teaching.  Kaegi teaches online courses for Florida State College at   Jacksonville (FL) and classroom courses at Southern Oregon University.     Previously, Kaegi served as chief marketing and strategy officer of Blue Cross and   Blue Shield of Florida (Florida Blue). Kaegi holds a Bachelor of Science in   Journalism from the University of Oregon and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Memphis.

PharmaSim experience:

The PharmaSim marketing simulation was already in place when I began teaching marketing courses at Florida State College in 2010, and I have not stopped featuring it in all of my marketing courses at two universities since.  I believe it is important to engage students in the application of concepts learned in class.  PharmaSim provides a life-like experience in marketing decision-making that helps students value market, customer and competitor intelligence and gives them a taste of the risks and rewards of their actions.  Playing PharmaSim is relatively easy to learn and motivates student passion for success and even competition.  Due to my positive experience with PharmaSim, I also employ other simulations in different disciplines.