Nadir Mumtaz, CEO of Apothecare, explains how beneficial it can be to use an online pharmacy for delivering life saving drugs, and the issues with supply chain management of decentralized pharmacy branches now commonplace in Pakistan
Sehat wins the best Healthcare Startup Award at the 2016 Startup Expo, held at the Jinnah Convention Center in Islamabad, Pakistan. A total of 300 startups applied, and only 100 were selected to showcase their businesses at the Expo. A total of 12 awards were given to the 100 startups present at the event. Michael Foley, CEO of Telenor, came by the stall and gave optimistic remarks about the project
Sehat’s vaccination department paid a visit to the ICI Polyester Factory in Sheikhupura, on the outskirts of Lahore, to vaccinate 300 employees for typhoid, using Typhim, a vaccine manufactured by Sanofi-Pasteur. Vaccinating employees is mandatory under the Pakistan Factories Act, 1934
Sehat launches Cash on Delivery for Medicines, a first for a pharmacy retailer in the history of Pakistan. Through its courier partner, TCS, Sehat can now be able to deliver to more than 300 locations of Pakistan while accepting cash at the doorstep for its orders – the most convenient and popular payment method in the country for e-commerce sites.
Sehat becomes the first startup in the history of the country to launch a World Cup anthem for the Pakistan Men’s Cricket Team at the 2015 Cricket World Cup held in Australia/New Zealand. Singer songwriter Saad Hussain provided the vocals for the track, which was lauded as being the best anthem compiled for the team before the 2015 Cricket World Cup.