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5 tips for a cosy Scandinavian home

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The combination of nature-inspired elements, minimalism, and practicality extends a warm embrace to those searching for cosiness within their home. If you want to add a touch of Scandinavian style, here are five essential tips inspired by Nordic living.

  1. Keep It Simple: Less is more
    Clear out unnecessary items and let your space breathe. Choose functional furniture, clean lines, and tidy spaces to bring a sense of calm and serenity to your surroundings.
  2. Let Nature In: Feel relaxed & refreshed
    Use solid wood for furniture and flooring, add indoor plants for a breath of fresh air, and showcase natural textures. Scandinavian design values the beauty of nature, creating an environment of relaxation.
  3. Neutral Colours: For a bright and airy space
    Soft and calm colours make your space feel welcoming. Using certain shades not only makes natural light stronger, but also gives you a versatile base for other design changes, letting your space easily adapt.
  4. Cosy Textures: Warm & inviting atmosphere
    From plush rugs to knitted throws, these cosy textiles add layers of comfort to your home. The goal is to create an atmosphere that feels like a warm hug, inviting you to relax and unwind after a long day.
  5. Natural Light: Bring your room to life
    Use natural light to make your home feel alive. Keep window coverings light and breezy, letting sunlight through. Put mirrors in smart spots to bounce around the natural light. Daylight not only brightens your space but also boosts your mood, making your home a cheerful spot all year round.

“The goal is to create a warm and inviting atmosphere”

In conclusion: Trying out these five easy tips inspired by Scandinavian living will transform your home into a peaceful sanctuary where simplicity meets comfort. 

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What is a responsible investor?

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Have you ever stopped to think about the impact your investments might be having on the world? It’s a question that hit me personally, and the more I delved into it, the more I realized the power we hold as investors. It is my duty as a Expat Financial Adviser Representative in Singapore to hold an ethical and moral standard when it comes to recommending an investment portfolio for my clients.

Being a responsible investor goes beyond just chasing profits. It’s about making choices that reflect our values and contribute positively to the world. Take military arms companies and tobacco giants, for instance. Investing in them not only feels morally questionable but comes with its share of risks, both ethically and financially. These industries face increasing scrutiny, and the tide is turning against them.

Then there’s the environmental aspect. I can’t help but consider the companies contributing to pollution and global warming. It’s not just about safeguarding our conscience; it’s about securing our financial future too. With the world’s focus shifting towards sustainability, companies stuck in the past may find themselves struggling.

I understand that your investment choices should reflect who you are and what you believe in. That’s why I have put my heart into developing investment portfolios that align with your ethical compass.

Personally, I’ve been on this journey, navigating through industries, understanding their impact, and curating portfolios that stand up to scrutiny. It’s a commitment to ethical investing that I carry into every consultation. I want to get to know you—your values, your concerns, your vision for a better world. Together, we can build a portfolio that not only makes financial sense but also resonates with your principles.

So, here’s an invitation for a free consultation. Let’s chat, not just about numbers and charts, but about what matters to you. Your investments should be an extension of yourself, and I’m here to help you make that connection.

Warm regards,
Sean Abreu

This post represents my personal views and opinions and is neither associated with any organisation nor reflect the position of any organisation. This content is also only for informative purposes and should not be construed as financial advice. Please seek advice from a Financial Adviser Representative before making any investment decisions.

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ANZA Soccer Summer Holiday Camps

ANZA Soccer Holiday Camps Summer 2024

Each camp runs for four days, and participants have the option to attend as many camps as they wish.

Our camps welcome all ANZA members, including children who do not currently play soccer with ANZA, and non-members. The camps will be conducted by our professional coaches, and offer a blend of skills training, fitness activities, and enjoyable games.

Encourage your friends to join so they can also enjoy our fantastic program. It’s an excellent opportunity for them to discover what makes ANZA Soccer unique.

Regardless of the weather conditions, the camps will proceed as scheduled – in case of inclement weather, please remember to bring a towel and a change of clothes.

Dates:

  • 24 – 27 June
  • 8 – 11 July
  • 15 – 18 July
  • 5 – 8 August

Time:  9:00am to 1:00pm
Venue:
  The Cage Dempsey
Ages: 
5 to 14 years old
Cost:
$350 per camp

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Tea time in Sri Lanka

When Australian actress and Barbie star Margot Robbie revealed her favourite cup of tea in an online video with British Vogue, she not only gave Dilmah a global shout out, but also highlighted its beautiful country of origin, Sri Lanka, too.

“I like a very particular brand of tea – Dilmah,” she said in the show while producing a perfectly packaged collection of teabags from her handbag for all to see. The video went viral on TikTok last year, everyone put the kettle on, and our travel daydreams went in the direction of the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’. Well, if it’s good enough for Barbie …

It’s likely that Sri Lanka is already on your radar. Being less than a four-hour flight from Singapore, it makes for a relatively easy getaway from the Lion City’s urban sprawl to a place steeped with astonishing natural beauty, rustic charm, sweeping beaches, intriguing wildlife, a thriving surf scene, booming creativity, hands-down some of the best smiles you will find in the world and – of course – tea.

Mesmerising landscape

Sri Lanka’s tea industry was established during the 19th century by the British during colonial rule. Today it’s the second-largest exporter of tea in the world after China, and the industry indirectly employs close to a million people. Arrive in Colombo and head for Sri Lanka’s Hill Country, a three-and-a-half hour drive away, and you’ll not only see the tea industry in action, but you’ll become immersed in a mesmerising landscape evoking the English countryside, the cleanest of air, luxury accommodation, and the omnipresent feeling of times gone by.

Travelling to Hatton, a town in Sri Lanka’s Central Highlands, is an eye-opening journey in itself. Grip onto your car seat as the winding roads can feel treacherous, but it’s all worth it when faced with rolling carpets of lush green tea as far as the eye can see, the vast swathes of landscape punctuated by pops of bright clothing belonging to the tea-pickers who are methodically filling their bags with leaves.

Freshly picked leaves

Hatton is home to Margot’s beloved Dilmah Tea Company which was founded in 1985 by Merrill J Fernando, a visionary and much revered local who passed away in 2023. We arrive with our adrenalin pumping and craving a cuppa. It’s ideal then, that we stop at Dilmah’s Dunkeld Tea Factory, just one of the many tea factories dotted amid the 2000 hectares landscape, to learn about its inner workings. Our charismatic tour guide and naturalist, Keith, blows us away with his knowledge as we’re introduced to enormous churning machines, freshly picked tea waiting for grinding and sifting, and huge sackfuls of preened leaves that make up the 350,000 kgs produced here annually, ready to be sold at market.

Throughout the factory tour, female tea pickers appear, bags stuffed to the brim with leaves balanced precariously on their heads, at the factory doors. It’s back-breaking work, but the Fernando family are part of a robust union safeguarding entitlements for tea pickers including fixed daily wages, basic necessities, twice-weekly rations, housing and electricity, primary school education for children and an on-site doctor.

A visit to Dilmah’s tea factory is just one of the activities available when you stay at Ceylon Tea Trails, a collection of five restored historic tea planters’ bungalows on what was once the stomping ground of the British planters. Filled with a fresh understanding of the tea-making process and several cups later, we head to one of the properties, Castlereagh Bungalow. We’ve never had a step-back-in-time like it.

History & mystery

Less of a ‘hotel’ and more of a ‘home’, Castlereagh dates back to 1870 and feels filled with history and mystery from the moment you go inside. Stylings include old desks and cabinets stuffed full of secrets, tapestry rugs, plush sofas, colourful soft furnishings, and furniture standing majestically in the shadows of soft, inviting lighting. A lounge and sitting room ooze comfort with fireplaces, grand mirrors, decadent lighting, and a bar stacked with alcohol, graciously poised for soothing sunset drinks.

Luxurious trimmings

Off the communal areas is just one corridor with five bedrooms dotted on either side. Huge four-poster beds await with equally luxurious trimmings including chairs and a coffee table placed before French doors that open out to a bucolic country garden. This is where we sit, at an altitude of 1250 metres, sipping Dilmah tea while gazing out at the pretty flowers and frondy palms. Beyond the burgeoning bougainvillea Castlereagh Reservoir almost hides away, surrounded by an abundance of tall green peaks that make the water look magical.

Swimming in the property’s infinity pool, games of croquet, naps-on-tap, leisurely afternoon teas of quintessential English classics such as Battenburg, cream sponge and scones, afternoon strolls and soaking in the private jacuzzi hidden in the shrubbery are all part of the schedule here. Come evening, simply tell your attentive personal butler what you fancy to eat and the chef will whip it up for you to enjoy on the verandah, soft jazz in the background, fireflies performing a dance around you as you dine. A place of pure peace and tranquility, entirely removed from the modern world, and not a Ken in sight. Barbie would approve.
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Hit the surf

The sweeping south coast of Sri Lanka has always been a hotspot, but post-pandemic there’s been a shift in scene. Edge further down past Weligama and you’ll hit an emerging section of coast quietly bubbling under. Hiriketiya may just be a tiny village but it has big dreams. Not content with being home to a perfectly formed crescent of sand, a smattering of sunbeds and super-popular surf spot, it’s also producing some very sophisticated hangouts including spas ( tonicspahiriketiya), yoga retreats ( salthouse_srilanka) and restaurants. Hilltop escape Mond ( mond.hiriketiya) serves fabulous healthy dishes and hosts inventive workshops like ‘Theatre For Kids ‘ and ‘Sound Healing’. Verse Collective ( versecollective.com) is your go-to for co-working in front of Dikwella beach and Dots Bay House ( dotsbayhouse) is excellent for teens who want local live DJs and nightlife. Meanwhile, hip restaurant and cocktail bar Smoke & Bitters ( smoke.bitters) features in Asia’s 50 Best Bars and Sri Lankan Rishi Naleedra, chef-owner of Singapore’s Kotuwa and Cloudstreet restaurants, has been known to pop by to collaborate.

STAY: Ideal for getaways for larger groups, Aussie owned Sudu Villa Hiriketiya is a 4-bed, 4-bathroom villa with enough space to sleep thirteen people in total. There are two kitchens (upstairs and downstairs), a private swimming pool, stellar views and a secluded vibe. Pitch up on the rooftop terrace for ocean vistas, G&T in hand.
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Go wild!

Head to the east of the island to Yala, one of the oldest of Sri Lanka’s 15 National Parks. Rise early to explore the thick forest, savannah, grasslands, and endemic plant and animal species unique to the island. Get a front seat in the jeep to spot 44 species of recorded mammals including the Sri Lankan Leopard, Sri Lankan Sloth Bear and Sri Lankan Elephant, plus fascinating birds, reptiles and amphibians. Paul Hogan, eat your heart out!

STAY: Wild Coast Tented Lodge features cream-coloured tents which seem to simultaneously merge with and rise out of the landscape like giant boulders. Inside, king-sized beds, a handmade copper bathtub, and your own private plunge pool await. Cocoon Suites boast a viewing deck to observe an abundance of wildlife at the nearby waterhole.
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Employment pass to ONE pass : What are the benefits?

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Singapore’s reputation as a global business hub thrives on its ability to attract (and importantly maintain) top international talent. To further solidify this position, the Overseas Networks & Expertise Pass (ONE Pass) was introduced in January 2023. This personalised work visa caters to high-calibre professionals across various sectors, offering a path to a streamlined and fulfilling career in Singapore.

Why the ONE Pass?

Singapore recognises the immense value that global talent brings to its economy. The ONE Pass from a Singaporean point of view aims to attract leading figures strategically focused on international law, technology, energy transition, intellectual property, finance, and health care.

Benefits for Individuals or families with the ONE Pass

The ONE Pass offers a multitude of advantages. Some key highlights include::

  • Work Flexibility: Unlike traditional work visas tied to a specific employer, the ONE Pass grants holders the freedom to work for multiple companies concurrently. This allows expats to pursue diverse projects and leverage their expertise across various organisations such as sit on multiple boards, be director of multiple companies or set up their own company whereby they could employ someone through an LOC.
  • Letter of Consent (LOC): The ONE Pass eliminates the need for a new work visa application for spouses of ONE Pass holders. Employers simply need to issue a Letter of Consent (LOC) for spouses to begin working for them. This offers more work opportunities, especially with the new employment pass and compass guidelines which raise the threshold for such employment.
  • Five-Year Validity: The ONE Pass offers a long-term stay option, providing stability and peace of mind for expats and their families. The five-year validity period allows for career development and planning without the constant worry of visa renewals.

Meeting the ONE Pass Requirements

To qualify for the ONE Pass, applicants must demonstrate a strong track record of excellence in their chosen field. Key eligibility factors include:

  • Proven Expertise: A minimum of ten years of relevant work experience with a proven track record of achievements is typically required.
  • Salary Threshold: Applicants must command a minimum fixed monthly salary of S$30,000 or its equivalent in foreign currency.
  • Educational Qualifications: Holding a recognised university degree or equivalent qualification is generally expected.

The ONE Pass application process is facilitated by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) in Singapore. By meeting the eligibility criteria and submitting the necessary documentation, expats can unlock the exciting possibilities offered by this innovative work visa scheme.

Upcoming Event

The ONE Pass signifies Singapore’s commitment to attracting and retaining the world’s brightest minds. With its focus on flexibility, long-term stability, and family considerations, the ONE Pass presents a compelling proposition for expats seeking a rewarding career path in the heart of Southeast Asia.

Select Investors are hosting Xignam (ONE Pass Specialists) in our office on Thursday 20 June at 6:30pm to discuss this topic in detail. Please email me at Jamie.burgmann@sjpp.asia or click on the below link to register for this event.

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Walking Group (The Kill-o-Metres) | ANZA

ANZA’s walking group get out and about on various week days, to enjoy the delights of Singapore. Groups venture into a variety of locations around the island including quiet neighbourhoods, coastal parks, nature reserves and around popular scenic destinations, often stopping to catch up and compare photos over a coffee afterwards. Sometimes they also head off-island! To join their weekly walks, register below.

To join, you are required to be a current ANZA member.

Registration

Let us know you’d like to join us by completing the form below.

If you’re not a member of ANZA yet, you can join ANZA here.

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Mahjong Group

The popular group meets up each week to play Mahjong, a tile-based game that was developed in China during the Qing dynasty. Commonly played by four players, it’s fast paced, social and great fun.

“We take beginners through to experienced players,” says organiser Sue Chamberlain. “You might join to learn Mahjong, but it’s also a good way to meet a great group of people.” New to the game? Someone will sit with you and teach you the basics. It’s fairly easy to pick up the rules and is very addictive once you get the hang of it! “Mahjong is a challenge to the brain,” says Sue. “And you get to enjoy a traditional part of Asia that you can take home with you.”

These are various sessions and ANZA Mahjong also offers a Monday evening session in the ANZA Office on Beach Road.

Registration to ANZA Mahjong is only available to ANZA members. Click here to Join ANZA! or contact the ANZA office for more information.

To join the Mahjong group register below and you will receive a link to join the WhatsApp group so we can keep you up-to-date on our regular Mahjong sessions.

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What to do in June in Singapore

June is here which means school’s out and activities, engagements, fun and freedom is on the agenda! There’s plenty to do in June in Singapore, from child-orientated exhibitions, family-friendly food extravaganzas, educational jaunts, and cocktail tastings. For those remaining in Singapore in June, here’s a few highlights not to be missed.

Treat Pops this June at Bedrock Bar & Grill

Celebrate Father’s Day (for some!), Sunday 16 June

If you like the idea of celebrating Dad as much as possible, embrace (the other!) Father’s Day on Sunday 16 June. While Australia and New Zealand’s official Father’s Day falls in September, who are we to turn down a party? The weekend sees a plethora of special menus for Father’s Day happening around Singapore, offering everything from BBQ stations and juicy steaks, to seafood buffets and dining in the dark with pops where he can enjoy free-flow house-pour wines and beers.

Various locations

Children’s Season 2024 at Children’s Museum Singapore (CMSG)

NHB’s annual celebration is on now until 23 June 2024. Focused on the theme of innovation, let your little one indulge in creativity with the many programmes and activities happening across participating MR museums. Highlights include:

  • Curious and Wonderful  Explore quirky objects and uncover the spellbinding stories at ACM. Little ones (and big ones!) are invited to put on theitheir inventor’s cap and unleash your imagination in an interactive activity trail, and be inspired by the curious and wonderful. nhb.gov.sg
  • Wan Qing Dragon Boat Festival 2024  Celebrate Chinese arts, culture, and heritage this weekend on 8 and 9 June at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. We love the sound of the Chinese Orchestra Music by Bukit Batok Chinese Orchestra (8 June, 5pm – 5.30pm), and the Lion & Dragon Dance by NTU Lion & Dragon Dance Troupe (9 June, 5.30pm – 6pm). sysnmh.org.sg
  • Tiny Island, Many Stories Travelling Exhibition Brought to you by the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC), this exhibition takes you on a journey through uniquely local narratives to bring a deeper understanding and appreciation of the history, culture, and values of the Nusantara and Singapore. Find out more at the MCH website and at this link.

Haw Par Thrilla 4

The fourth edition of Haw Par Thrillatakes place on 22 June and is set to be spook-tacular. Expect the courtyard to be transformed into a proper party place for art, good food and live music from local record label Darker Than Wax.

Haw Par Thrilla 4, Haw Par Villa, 262 Pasir Panjang Road, 118628

Pink Fest 2024

Celebrate all things LGBTQ+ with Pink Fest throughout June which is hosting a huge list of exciting activities including trivia nights, wellbeing sessions, informative talks, improv nights and perhaps a few drag queens. Each event is curated with the LGBTQ+ community in mind.

Pink Fest 2024, multiple locations

Romance at Gardens by the Bay

Continuing the pink theme, Rose Romance at Gardens by the Bay is back in collaboration with the Embassy of Turkiye. This year’s display takes you through a fragrant journey, where the rose reigns, unveiling Greek and Roman history as you go.

Until 30 June. Rose Romance at Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953

WA! Fest: A Food & Wine Fair

For a taste of home, don’t miss this festival highlighting all Western Australian food and wine! Oganised by Little Farms and the Government of Western Australia, there’s a packed programme of events happening at various Little Farms locations around the island. Enjoy a wine-tastings, discover how WA makes its wines sustainable, dive into specially curated cheese boards, and enjoy free admissionsto sample premium products like Bannister Downs Dairy, Nectar Honey, Blackwood Valley Beef and Hippie Kombucha.

From 7- 14 June, various Little Farms locations. Log on here for tickets

Spritz N Beats

Spritz N Beats by Aperol Spritz is back at CÉ LA VI Singapore as a summer holiday sundowner on 16 June 2024. Taking place at Ce La Vi’s Club Lounge, expect an orange paradise with immersive elements, tabletop games, drink promotions and a soundtrack by a lineup of eight local DJs.

Tickets are available here at $35nett inclusive of a glass of Aperol Spritz 

Gastrobeats

Enjoy delicious international and local fare from 50 homegrown food vendors while listening to live performances at Bayfront Event Space. Within the culinary playground is Coca-Cola Food Fest and Asahi Super Dry immersive zones for Insta-worthy shots. The three-week festival is pet-friendly so don’t leave Fido at home!

Until 23 June. 12A Bayfront Avenue, 018970. Visit i Light Singapore 2024 for more

Asia Cat Expo

If you love cats, have a cat, or are looking to get a cat, don’t miss this! Asia Cat Expo returns at the end of June with engaging workshops, talks, and over 100 brands specialising in cat products. The two-day event includes cat competitions, stage programmes, goodie bags and an adoption drive with Cat Welfare Society and ANZA friends, Purely Adoptions.

29 – 30 June. Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard, 039593. asiacatexpo.com

 

ANZA Netball Summer Camp and Clinics

ANZA Netball Summer Camp and Clinics 2024

Exciting News for ANZA Members!

Join us this summer at Tanglin Trust School for our highly anticipated camp and clinics. Our programmes are expertly designed and led by qualified, experienced professional coaches to cater to your child’s specific age group.

For our younger campers, we offer a fun-filled schedule packed with activities that enhance spatial awareness, fundamental movements, and ball skills. Each day is loaded with engaging games that will keep your child smiling and challenged while improving their balance, control, and overall awareness.

Older participants will dive into netball-focused sessions, emphasizing technique, match play scenarios, and fitness. With small group sizes, each child will receive personalized attention from our coaches, ensuring they refine their execution and perfect their technique.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity for your child to learn, grow, and have fun this. summer!

Netball Camps are open to those born in the following years 2016/2015/2014/2013/2012

Dates:  1-3rd July (3 Days)
Time:    9-12 noon
Cost:     $200

REGISTER HERE for Netball Camp

Netball Clinics are open to those born in the following years 2012/2011/2010/2009+

Dates:  4-5th July
Time:    9-12 noon
Cost:     $100/per Clinic. Players can sign up to multiple Clinics.

These are 3 hour Clinics on Thursday and Friday, so older players can gain some additional tips and training as Shooters, Defenders and Mid Court Specialists.

Specialist Clinics will focus on the players specific positional skills allowing them to fine tune their positional play or explore a new position they might be interested in.  There will be video analysis, group discussion and a focus on the key attributes of each playing position to develop a strong identity on court.

  • 4th July, 9-12 noon  – Mid Court Specialist and Game Play: This clinic will focus on movements around the circle edge, holding, feeding options (variety of passes) and decision making.
  • 4th July, 9-12 noon – Circle Defence Specialist and Game Play: This clinic will focus on a variety of circle defence movements, rebounding techniques, hands over pressure techniques and communication cues inside the goal circle.
  • 5th July, 9-12 noon – Shooter Specialist and Game Play: This clinic will focus on shooting technique, a variety of shots and working together in and out of the circle with Shooter to Shooter Pass.

REGISTER HERE for the Specialist Clinics

All camps and clinics are subject to minimum numbers. 

Places are limited and allocated on a first-come basis.

Registration Deadline Sunday, 23rd June 2024

*Please note these camps and clinics are also open to waitlisted players and all ANZA members

Using telemedicine services in health insurance plans

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As healthcare services develop rapidly, there are even more ways to look after our health and wellbeing through technology. The use of telemedicine is one of them, which means the you can access healthcare services remotely, using telecommunications technology.

Our friends over at Pacific Prime CXA have partnered up with Doctor Anywhere, a pioneering telemedicine platform.

This collaboration aims to bring cutting-edge healthcare services to employees through advanced technology, completely changing the way they access medical care and enhancing their overall physical and mental well-being.

But what is telemedicine and how you can benefit from it?

What is Telemedicine?

With telemedicine, patients can consult with healthcare professionals, receive medical advice, and access treatment without having to be physically present in a healthcare facility.

It utilises various technologies, such as video conferencing platforms, mobile applications, and secure messaging systems to facilitate remote consultations. Patients can discuss their symptoms, receive diagnoses, have follow-up appointments, and even receive prescriptions through telemedicine.

Doctor Anywhere’s DA Marketplace

This marketplace features rewards through accumulating DA Rewards points for purchases. With over 9,000 products, DA Marketplace caters to health and well-being needs, including vitamins, supplements, home health screenings, vaccinations, and over-the-counter medications with free same-day delivery.

How Can You Benefit?

Integrating Pacific Prime Care Portal (PCP) with DA Marketplace provides a comprehensive hub for everyday health services, offering multiple benefits:

  • Convenience: Employees can access quality healthcare from home/office without commuting.
  • Accessibility: Healthcare services are available anytime, including peak hours.
  • Cost Savings: Telemedicine lowers costs for employees and companies by reducing absenteeism.
  • Expanded Services: Employees gain access to a tailored range of health/wellness products and preventative care.
  • Improved Wellbeing: Employees can promptly address medical concerns for timely diagnosis and treatment.

Request A Demo Today!

By merging comprehensive and personalized benefits solutions with top-notch telemedicine technology, both Pacific Prime and Doctor Anywhere are poised to revolutionize the way employees access healthcare services.

Employees can rest assured that their holistic well-being is valued within the company. Available to all our corporate clients at no extra cost, users can:

  • Maintain and update member details
  • Manage member movement between offices
  • Keep track of and identify new hires/departures
  • Create subgroups for companies with multiple locations
  • Curate customized reports in minutes
  • Manage multiple policies from different insurers
  • Organize and distribute policy documents

Contact Pacific Prime today for a FREE demo of our one-stop employee benefits management platform!