PropNex to provide free health screening to its 12,318 property agents

PropNex representatives will receive health assessments covering early discovery for Singapore’s leading three severe illness: diabetes, cholesterol, and blood pressure, along with tests for five cancer types, including colon, stomach, liver, ovarian, and prostate.

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PropNex Realty will most likely be the very first local realty company to offer totally free extensive health assessment for 5 years to its force of 12,318 property representatives and close to 200 full-time personnel.

This was revealed at the PropNex Yearly Convention on March 13. Low Yen Ling, Minister of State, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth and the Ministry of Trade and Industry, was the guest of honour.

” Our joint venture with Let’s Get Healthy and Mirxes shows our combined commitment to proactive health and wellness. This is especially important to freelance professionals including real estate agents,” says PropNex chief executive officer Ismail Gafoor.

Low says it was “heartwarming” to see PropNex commit in its work force, including, “This commitment mirrors the high business requirements that the Singapore administration looks for to cultivate among our community firms.”

This large-scale all-inclusive health and wellness assessment is part of an initiative called the Precision Community Screening (PCS) program by Let’s Get Healthy, a social enterprise concentrated on reinforcing public healthcare. The testing checks will certainly be partly funded by Mirxes, a homegrown RNA innovation and early on cancer cells diagnosis company.

At the occasion, PropNex also revealed its development in to Thailand. This will definitely be its sixth growth outside of Singapore after Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Australia. Lynette Ping, CEO of PropNex Thailand, are going to control the branch in Thailand. The brand-new Thai firm currently has 500 sales representatives and will primarily pay attention to new and resale non commercial ventures.

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