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Africa’s first hyper-local pharmacy marketplace - healthmarket.ng allows licensed and carefully selected pharmacies/merchants to sell a broad range of medicines, healthcare, beauty and other related products online, without compromising ethical and professional standards. From prescriptions, OTCs, toiletries and fragrances to cosmetics, electrical items and many more.
Customers who are unable or unwilling to visit a traditional pharmacy for any reason, can now purchase genuine products with the click of a few buttons, and have it delivered to the comfort of their homes or offices.
Do you own a small (licensed) retail pharmacy and thinking of increasing your customers locally and across Nigeria?
Hit by the recession/forex challenges, and worried about the continued existence of your pharmacy/healthcare/beauty business?
Are you planning to promote your brand to a target audience serious about their health?
Are you a manufacturer or distributor looking to launch a NAFDAC approved product, and thinking of diversifying your distribution network across Nigeria?
Well, plan or look no further. Healthmarket.ng was setup to partner with pharmacies and healthcare retailers rather than being in stiff competition with them. There are no sign up costs to join. We just charge a 10% fee on each item sold. Read more here, on benefits of partnering with us https://www.healthmarket.ng/why-us
Refer-a-Pharmacy – Earn ₦2,000 mobile top-up
Simply tell a pharmacy/healthcare/beauty retail business about our marketplace.
Seek the owner’s permission to text or email their details. I.e. business name, address, mobile number etc.
If the business reasonably satisfy our requirements, it will be listed and you get your ₦2,000 mobile top-up.
Apply & Qualify
Vendors are selected based on their questionnaire score, reputation, and alignment with our values. See pharmacy questionnaire: http://healthmarket.ng/Vendor-QA-Assessment-Questionnaire.pdf
Healthmarket.ng is a win-win for patients, pharmacies and Nigeria health industry.
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