A Pakistani wellbeing tech startup MedznMore has brought around $2.6 million up in seed subsidizing. MedznMore is Karachi based which plans to handle issues in regards to drug & pharmacy store retail in Pakistan with unique on selling medications and distinguishing and making mindfulness about fake medications.
This is huge seed funding and it will help the company in achiving their mission of delivering medicine door step of each consumer. The founders are Asad Khan and Saad Khawar. Asad is a Duke University alumnus who left his post as general manager at Careem earlier this year to focus on his passion of making healthcare more accessible and affordable for the masses. Whereas Saad is from the E-Commerce side and together they started the company in August 2020. Saad has also worked previously as Head of Product for Dawaai.pk.
Healthcare is one of the last few frontiers where technology hasn’t disrupted entrenched practices, which are complex, confusing and inconvenient for the consumers of healthcare services. Over the next few months we will be bringing in diagnostic, telehealth and personalized health insurance products, so customers can benefit from a one window solution for all their healthcare needsThe Founders
Saad Khawar, who co-founded MedznMore and previously worked as the head of product for Dawaai.pk, said, “At MedznMore, we are building a product that is based on the best technology stack, backed with operational efficiency and a well-managed logistics engine coming together seamlessly to provide our customers with an amazing experience.”