Access is literally life-or-death in healthcare. We’re passionate about making a difference for our community
Our purpose is to give healthcare professionals confidence to focus on sustaining community well-being.
We do this by partnering industry players in building a sustainable Healthcare supply chain in order to improve access.
We’re striving to set a benchmark for Service in Zimbabwe
Across the care continuum our Purpose is to support our Professionals by making Mission Essentials simply accessible.
Our Vision is to establish The Pulse Group as leading in service quality in each market we choose to serve.
The Pulse Group’s core values reflect how seriously we take our goal
to contribute to a more vibrant quality of life for our community.
We’re proud to be part
of the mission to uphold
our community’s wellbeing.
Our goal is for each of
our units to make positive
impact within and beyond
We abide by laws and
and respect the ethical
standards espoused by the
Win-win Relationships with
our business partners enable us to get our
when and where it’s needed.
Our team’s listening attitude
and adaptive work ethic
keeps us focused on what
matters to our stakeholders.
Every team member
deserves an opportunity
to grow and to contribute
to meaningful work.
Our coaching culture aims
to nurture personal growth.
rewards both individual
and team delivery.
The Pulse Group
As Chairman since 2008 Nigel has enriched
Pulse’s commercial focus through the insight
he brings from his operational background
and focus on Strategy.
He brings a wealth of experience from
entrepreneurial environments across eight
Founder and Chief Executive Officer,
The Pulse Group
Prior to establishing Pulse, Mucha was Group
CEO of CAPS Holdings Limited. Having risen
through the ranks over seven years, at age 31
he became the youngest CEO of a listed
company in Zimbabwe.
Mucha serves on the board of Stanbic Bank
Zimbabwe. He is past Chairperson of the BOOST
Fellowship, the largest private-sector mentoring
initiative for Zimbabwean University students.
Through this Mucha had oversight over the
Zimbabwe chapter of Enactus.
He has also served on the Global Funds Country
Coordinating Mechanism, is a past chairperson
of the Ethical Drugs Association and past Deputy
Chairman of the Confederation of Zimbabwe
Industries’ Economic Advisory committee.
Mucha holds a B Sc (Hons.) Economics
from the University of Zimbabwe, a B. Compt.
Accounting from the University of South Africa
and ZCTA from the Institute of Chartered
Accountants of Zimbabwe. He completed
his Articles of Clerkship with Ernst & Young
Chartered Accountants Zimbabwe. He is
an Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership
fellow (Oxford University, African Leadership
Institute 2011) and African Leaders
Network Fellow (2014).
Finance Director, The Pulse Group
& Managing Director,
Tinaapi joined Pulse in 2008. He is responsible for the financial performance of the Group
and leads the Group’s largest operating entity.
The Pulse Group
Belinda oversees the Group’s market development activity, portfolio strategy and Vendor Partner engagement.
With a wealth of experience within the pharmaceutical industry, Richard is responsible for the company’s channel strategy, customer and business development.
Masimba oversees Regulatory Compliance activity. A strong team player, Masimba is responsible for warehouse operations, procurement and pharmacovigilance. He is responsible for all Compliance matters and supports foreign Principals in this regard. He also plays a key role in product portfolio pipeline development.
Prabhat is responsible for the daily operations of PAM Pharmaceuticals.
With over seventeen years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry he has built a strong network of relationships with reputable suppliers.
Lenon leads a solid Technical and Customer Engagement team, informed by functional experience from having worked in Laboratory sector.