Eu Yan Sang, the largest Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) player in Southeast Asia, established in 1879, has joined BookDoc as a new Activ Reward Partner. This partnership “promises more benefits for users in Singapore and 4 other countries which BookDoc operates in”, according the the press release. Users can now enjoy discounts and redeem freebies when they purchase from Eu Yan Sang Singapore.
“We are operationally present with healthcare players in 5 countries and with our reward partners in 12 countries. BookDoc motivates users to start living a healthier lifestyle while being rewarded.” said BookDoc’s founder and CEO Dato’ Chevy Beh.
BookDoc’s Activ feature rewards its users according to their average daily steps, which are tiered at bronze, silver, gold and platinum. BookDoc is able to sync other health applications such as Apple Health, Samsung Health, Google Fit, Fitbit and Garmin, which enables users to keep track of their daily exercise and get rewarded for it.
By maintaining a high level of activity, users can get discounts or freebies from major retailers and service providers, whether in their home country or cross-country, with over 1,600 offline locations and online location in over 12 countries.
“BookDoc Activ does so through positive reinforcement, and with a low cost of entry. We hope to begin a social fitness movement, bringing in more partners and users, and expand and innovate to encourage even more types of healthy behaviour.” said Beh.
Eu Yan Sang has 140 years of experience and have been awarded many health & wellness awards throughout the years. By providing Eastern medicine, this partnership with Eu Yan Sang Singapore give users more options besides just being limited to traditional Western medicine.
“Eu Yan Sang Singapore is privileged to collaborate with BookDoc Activ to encourage healthy lifestyles via our wide range of quality health products developed with deep TCM wisdom. We believe in empowering our consumers to achieve their best quality of life through accessible, natural healthcare solutions” said Ms Serene Seow, Managing Director, Eu Yan Sang Singapore.
“When the application first started, we helped users arrange their medical appointments, but I believe prevention is better than cure, so that is why BookDoc Activ was launched.” Added Beh.
In January 2019, BookDoc partnered with the Special Olympics to monitor their athletes in Asia Pacific and continues to offer this healthcare platform to other organizations both locally and internationally.
“We are honoured to tie up with the largest Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) group in South East Asia (SEA) to reward our users in staying active.” said Beh.
BookDoc is available for free on Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store. BookDoc continues to expand its partnership with major retailers and service provides every month for the benefit of its users.