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Making It Work
Kia Ora! Welcome to another episode of 30 minutes with DailyStraits.com. Our guest today is Steve Vlok (pictured above) an Auckland-based entrepreneur who founded Celo in 2014. For those who are not in the know, Celo is an app that provides secure communication, collaboration and is a community platform created specifically for people in the healthcare industry.
In other words, Celo’s secure app makes it easier for those in the industry to communicate, resulting in better patient care. So, today, we are gonna talk to Steve, who happens to be a former engineer and ask him why he decided to leave his career and venture out into the healthcare business.
In this podcast, we will be speaking to Steve about:
- The idea behind that mooted the formation of Celo?
- Why the healthcare industry?
- A low-down and the features and how the app works.
- How has the business faired so far?
- Who are some of his competitors?
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