I am often asked to provide examples of regional promotional websites, ie website created for a group of countries like Europe.
I think that starting with a regional website approved under a single pharma code and localizing it over time under country-specific codes is a good way to start being digital quickly and become more customer-centric in time.
So, some examples to show you that this approach is actually done in real-world practice:
Let me know if you know of any others!
Thanks to @DominicTyer and MediLexicon for the suggestions.
* I know that some companies do not allow this and there are differences in opinion about the need to approve content under multiple different codes.
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