Cloud: The Local Pharmacy

Case Study: Pharmacist David Wilson purchased the O'Donnell & Mernagh pharmacy in Taghmon, Wexford in 2000, followed by Kellys pharmacy in Enniscorthy in 2001.

1st September, 2012
Mary Deevy, finance director of the Local Pharmacy Group, and accountant Denis Breen.

Case Study

Pharmacist David Wilson purchased the O'Donnell & Mernagh pharmacy in Taghmon, Wexford in 2000, followed by Kellys pharmacy in Enniscorthy in 2001.

When he added Hanlys pharmacy in New Ross in 2007, he set up a back office to serve all three and branded the combined business as The Local Pharmacy Group. The structure ties the pharmacies together administratively, enables them to have greater buying power and to advertise and promote the business as a...

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