BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) Product Manager in Tokyo, Japan
Job Description Summary
Product manager will be responsible for execution of commercial excellence in infusion treatment market to drive business growth in Japan. Medication Delivery Solutions (MDS) is one of the fastest-growing business in Becton Dickinson Japan. He/She will be reporting to marketing manager and work closely with manager to develop and execute growth marketing strategy.
Key essential tasks
Market and competitive analysis via customer visit with sales rep, market research, and communication with KOLs
Sales training – develop clinical knowledge and deploy the clinical expertise in commercial field
Budget management and Sales forecasting based on funnel management
Mid-term business planning – annual strategic review planning support
Marketing communication planning and execution such as tradeshows, seminars, sales aid development and deployment including digital tools and activities
KOL relationship development and management
New product launch and product life cycle planning
Supply and inventory planning for sustainable supply management, etc.
Primary Work Location
JPN Tokyo - Minato-ku
BD is a leading global medical technology company that creates medical technology, devices and laboratory equipment for a variety of needs across the healthcare continuum. At BD, we are looking for candidates who possess passion, innovative solutions and a commitment to our one mission of improving access to groundbreaking medical and biotechnology services for people near and far, delivering state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge research in the battle to fight and cure infectious diseases. With a global reach that extends across 50 countries worldwide, our network of professionals collaborates on effective measures to deliver enhanced patient quality such as lower health care delivery costs, improved health care and safety, and expanded health care for all. Join our company and see how you can become a part of one global mission to make a difference in human health.