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

PropNex representatives will obtain wellness assessments covering very early discovery for Singapore’s top three severe diseases: diabetic issues, high cholesterol, and blood pressure, along with testings for five cancer kinds, including colon, stomach, ailing liver, ovarian, and prostate.

This large-scale complete health screening is part of an initiative called the Precision Community Screening (PCS) program by Let’s Get Healthy, a social enterprise focused on reinforcing neighborhood health care. The testing checks will certainly be mostly sponsored by Mirxes, a domestic RNA technological innovation and early cancer diagnosis company.

This was announced at the PropNex Annual 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 invitee of honour.

PropNex Realty will most likely be the primary community property agency to offer cost-free complete health and wellness assessment for 5 years to its staff of 12,318 property representatives and nearly 200 full time workers.

” Our collaboration with Let’s Get Healthy and Mirxes shows our collective dedication to proactive health and wellness. This is especially essential to self-employed professionals such as property brokers,” says PropNex CEO Ismail Gafoor.

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At the occasion, PropNex additionally announced its business expansion within Thailand. This will definitely be its 6th development outside of Singapore after Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Australia. Lynette Ping, Chief Executive Officer of PropNex Thailand, are going to lead the office in Thailand. The brand-new Thai firm at the moment has 500 sales reps and will generally pay attention to new and resale non commercial projects.

Low says it was “heartwarming” to see PropNex spend in its workers, including, “This obligation shows the high company benchmarks that the Singapore administration seeks to encourage amongst our community firms.”