GD Assist Ltd. hosts international webinar on “Medical Tourism & Hospitality after COVID-19” with different stakeholders from Malaysia, Thailand & Singapore

GD Assist Ltd., one of the subsidiaries of Green Delta Insurance Company, has recently organized an international webinar titled “Medical Tourism & Hospitality after COVID-19” on 20th June,2020 (saturday),in association with Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC) & Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT). This was the first time a webinar was organized in Bangladesh with different stakeholders from Thailand, Malaysia, & Singapore. The all three nations are heavily focused on Bangladesh market from the perspective of medical tourism. The objective of this webinar was to discuss how COVID-19 mightshape the future of medical tourism & hospitality market in the near future and how to strategize in adapting to the new norms after COVID-19. The webinar was hosted by Mr. Syed Moinuddin Ahmed, Managing Director of GD Assist Limited. Followed by his insightful speech, the panel discussion commenced with four panel members, namely, Mr. VachirachaiSirisumpan (Director, New Delhi Office, Tourism Authority of Thailand), Ms. Nik Yazmin NikAzman (CCO,Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council), Dr. Raymond Choy(Co-Founder & CEO of Doc2Us) and last but not the least, Mr. Syed Moinuddin Ahmed himself. Their insightful viewpoints and opinions enlightened the audience about adopting the new technology-based services of medical tourism, such as,tele-medicine or tele-consultancy. Moreover, their keen observations also laid out the suggestions regarding the measures that should be taken for the safety of people while travelling after COVID-19. GD Assist Ltd., a venture of Green Delta Insurance Company Ltd., is the largest healthcare management company of Bangladesh working in medical tourism for Bangladeshis. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the firm has successfully carried out few evacuations of around 250 stranded Bangladeshis recently from Thailand, Malaysia and India and flied back 200+ stranded Non-resident Bangladeshis including US immigrants, US immigrant visa holders and Green Card Holders from Dhaka to Chicago.

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