Retailer wins business award


1379987_10151649894942617_965747028_nGood Price Pharmacy Warehouse chain founder, Anthony Yap, has been named Young Business Person of the Year at the 2013 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.

Yap,  34, purchased his first pharmacy with business partner, Hahn Luu, in 2001. In 2003 Yap created the Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse brand, a concept that teams a large product range with a low price strategy.

Yap said his business strategy focused on passion, perseverance, and people.

“I am extremely excited and honoured to win the award as it recognises all the hard work the team at Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse have put in over the last 12 years to make our brand what it is today,” Yap said.

Good Price Pharmacy has more than 40 stores across six states.


Good Price pharmacy

Domino’s Pizza was also named Digital Champion at the awards, recognised for the early implementation and success of its digital strategy – an online ordering system which raised the brand’s profile, engaged interactively with customers, and drove sales.

Domino’s Group CEO and MD, Don Meij, said their win was great recognition for the digital innovations the business has made.

“We have always put our consumers’ needs first and what they need is access to online ordering platforms that are quick, fast and easy to use. It’s our job to ensure people can order pizza from any device, any connection, anywhere,” Meij said.

“The entire Domino’s team works really hard to deliver these digital advancements. This award is the credit that we are getting these innovations right.”

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