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Oct 12th 2020 - Nov 11th 2020

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Phlo is a digital pharmacy portal. Founder Nadeem Sarwar launched Phlo in 2019 after having faced the challenges with obtaining prescription medication from retail stores where there was either no stock or long waiting times. Phlo aims to become the UK’s leading on-demand 'Digital Pharmacy' platform. It is integrated with the National Health Service's (NHS) accredited systems and enables patients living within the London area to order and receive their medication within a 4-hour window. Phlo serves more than 4000 patients from Orkney to Jersey. It has received a 5- star rating on Trustpilot and secured a contract with Babylon, a leading UK-based telemedicine provider. Phlo will use the investment to grow its business across different verticals and become one of the UK’s leading digital pharmacies.

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    incorporated 6 years

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