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List of Documents for Grant of wholesale drug license

Grant of Wholesale Drug License : 1. Application in Statutory form. 2. License Fee/Challan. 3. Declaration (Notarised affidavit) for new drug sale license in prescribed format by applicant (proprietor/Partners/Director/Authorised Signatory/Power of attorney). 4. Residential certificate, Voter ID, Aadhar card for proof of residential address (permanent). 5. Proof of educational qualification of applicant. 6. Proof of date of birth of applicant. 7. Government document with photo for identification. 8. Four (4) passport size colored photo of applicant. 9. Partnership deed in case of partnership firm/ Article of association, Memorandum of association, List of Directors resolution of Board of directors/Power of attorney (In case of a company). 10. Affidavit in prescribed format regarding character by applicant/character certificate of applicant issued by competent authority. 11. Plan of the proposed premises indicating the carpet area (specifying length and breadth in meters and area in squ

Looking to enter into pharma distribution Segment and Manufacturing

Query:
Looking to enter into pharma distribution Segment and Manufacturing
So can you please guide us to start as a distribution
As I am seeking some guidance such as there will be any platform where the distributor will meet manufactures etc or Like exhibition or websites which you might know

Response:
You have to find out distributors by advertising and promoting your business as we do. We also find for distributors for our Ayurvedic Herbal start-up by promoting it through Google Ads, Facebook Ads, by writing blogs, SEO and different different ways.
There are also many exhibitions but above mentioned way are much more effective for finding distributors
There is process to find out distributors, not any website
Process means...
First you need to start your pharma company
Make a website and social media portal pages and profiles
Make a Digital marketing strategy
Google is one of the main source where pharma distributors and sales professional search for pharma distribution
You main concentration should be on Google to show at top of search results whether it's organic search or paid search
You can proceed in digital marketing strategy by own self or through any digital marketing agency
Similarly you can use all social media networks to find out distributors by promoting your company
Other then this you can advertise your business through Drug Books like CIMS and Drug today to reach to Distributors

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