It’s about curating a range of products focussed on a wellness lifestyle.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
You know what I respect most about Wellness Warehouse, Sean Gomes? It’s that you see wine as a wellness product!— Bruce Whitfield, The Money Show
Wellness Warehouse is South Africa’s leading niche health and wellness retailer.
Established in 2007, Wellness Warehouse has expanded rapidly and now has 21 stores and three Wellness Cafes as well as an online shop.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
I practiced [medicine] for a number of years.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
With medicine; there was something missing for me.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
In most cases chronic illnesses are due to lifestyle choices.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
Our original model had a pharmacy, but it’s a challenging space.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
Our specialist products do come at a higher price point.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
It’s an industry we love.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
We want a store in all major shopping centres.— Dr Sean Gomes, Wellness Warehouse
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