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How This Singaporean Man Built $294 Mn Company | Doctor Anywhere

This engineer quit private job and today became successful millionaire entrepreneur. How?

Lim Wai Mum is a Singaporean engineer who became an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry. Lim completed his engineering from the National University of Singapore.

One day, In 2016, while giving out lunchboxes to the elderly, Lim noticed a senior who was not receiving proper care from healthcare facilities because they were unable to move.

Then, This engineer’s mind realized that it’s a problem and decided to solve it. but how?

At that time, Lim thought that in the healthcare sector, I would make a platform that could be used by anyone, anywhere, and anytime.

In 2017, Lim launched Doctor Anywhere, an easy-to-use platform that is effective for all users. Lim says, “We’ve been disrupting the healthcare industry by developing innovative solutions to bridge gaps in the healthcare ecosystem.”

Lim had worked in private equity and Temasek Holdings for almost 10 years, and he used his experience here. With the help of their services, users can take care of their health by integrating online and offline platforms. Their Singapore-based startup expanded throughout Asia, including Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and India.

Lim’s accomplishments and recognition

  • In Asia, they provide services to over 2.5 million users. 
  • Lim Wai Mun was selected as EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year for 2022. 
  • Doctor Anywhere has been awarded the President’s Certification of Commendation (COVID-19) for its contributions and efforts during the pandemic.

An engineer’s perspective and trouble shooter behavior made him a successful entrepreneur.

About Doctor Anywhere

Since its launch in 2017, Doctor Anywhere has been disrupting the healthcare industry by developing innovative solutions to bridge gaps in the healthcare ecosystem. Its services integrate both digital and offline platforms to empower users to take charge of their health. Headquartered in Singapore, they have regional offices in Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, and India, serving more than 2.5 million (and growing) users across Asia.

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