Health care in his ‘DNA’“My dream is for genetics to be affordable. Genetics tells what is coming to you as you age. It empowers people to take care of their health. We’ve learned that exercise and food give benefits and not liabilities.” Affordable, accurate and accessible health care is this top executive’s dream for the country “As we return to the Philippines, we rekindle friendships and long-term commitments. It’s a 10-year-journey to building health care,” says van Zwieten over breakfast at Conti’s Bakeshop and Restaurant at Serendra in Bonifacio Global City, a place recommended by Navasero, who drops by at the end of Boardroom Watch’s interview with the Dutch-American corporate lawyer. “Robert is passionate about my mission of uplifting health care in rural Philippines by a public equity for public health,” Navasero says.“The emerging middle class needs health care. We will talk to investors to help build the health care system. The interest is in Asia, where 60 percent of the GDP comes from. The Philippines is well within [that] GDP growth.” On September 1, van Zwieten will officially become the president and chief operating officer of DNA Holdings Corp. (formerly Philab Holdings Corp.), the Philippines’ only public publicly listed… Read full this story
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