MEDZnMORE, a health-tech firm, held a TEZ CONNECT event yesterday to honor its top retailers, which included a range of fun activities.
Tez Medz, MEDZnMORE’s B2B vertical, is a technology solution for the fragmented medication supply chain, delivering medicine and wellness items directly to retail pharmacies across Pakistan from warehouses.
The company has been on a goal to simplify healthcare and eliminate counterfeit medications from the market since September 2020, which can only be accomplished by verifying that the supply chain’s source has real pharmaceuticals.
MEDZnMORE is a renowned health-tech startup in Pakistan that provides services nationwide.
The online store sells genuine prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as a variety of other health and wellness products. Purpose-built, temperature-controlled warehouses and a big stockpile of genuine medicine are used to accomplish this.
TEZ CONNECT was held at the Karachi Marriott Hotel, where over 200 retailers, industry executives from prominent pharma companies (ICI, PharmEvo, AGP Limited, Nabi Qasim), and the whole MEDZnMORE team were in attendance.
The event featured interactive activities such as a Lucky Draw with prizes, awards, a lively feedback session between merchants, and two panels focused on empowering retailers and streamlining healthcare.
Dr. Dilawar Ali Jiskani, the provincial inspector of Drugs Karachi and Vice President of the Pakistan Pharmacist Association, also attended the ceremony.
He kicked off the second panel by explaining why counterfeit medicines are detrimental to customers, as well as why drugs that aren’t handled properly lose their efficacy.
“We are very appreciative to our retailers who have not only trusted us with developing their business but have also grown the value of their own business over time through the use of the Tez Medz App,” said Asad Khan, CEO, and Co-Founder of MEDZnMORE.
“In the future, we plan to hold more events for them since the success of both of our businesses is dependent on each other, and it’s critical that we keep linked,” he added.