Jun 12, 2015
The site opened for testing about a month ago, but Puls Biznesu' article is the first presentation of the project to the wider audience.
Idea for the service was inspired by widely publicised deficits of medicines in pharmacies, which are a result of a number of factors - among others legal and illegal exports to the Western countries and low margins, which give little reason for pharmacies to maintain large inventories. On the other hand, even if they are well stocked, there is no way to communicate this fact to the patient due to the advertising ban.
Puls Biznesu, 11. June 2015. On the photo: Maciej Jakubczyk, Arkadiusz Poński
Goldenberry started development of the project in mid-2014, creating independently both business concept and required technology.
GdziePoLek has its own legal entity, managed by Maciej Jakubczyk and Arkadiusz Poński. Both are Goldenberry's team members with previous experience in healthcare industry, including projects such as the largest medical e-commerce site which was custom built, as well as development of core medical systems.
Electronic version of the article (paywall): http://pulsbiznesu.pb.pl/
Project site: https://www.gdziepolek.pl/
Contact with GdziePoLek: email@example.com
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Jun 12, 2015
Puls Biznesu published a full-page article by Alina Treptow about GdziePoLek.pl, Goldenberry's first startup project. The application allows patients to find brick-and-mortar pharmacies stocked with the medicines they urgently need.