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Global Wellness Leader Dr. M talks to Khaleej Times about ‘How Wellness Sector is the Future’

Dr. M, who is celebrated as a global business leader and the ‘JV king of India’ for his multiple business initiatives that have spurred revolutions in the office automation, wireless telephony and mobility industries was recently featured in Dubai’s English daily, Khaleej Times.

Dr. M in Khaleej Times

Dr. M has been known to transform the technology landscape of India. In his  tête-à-tête with Khaleej Times, he discussed his new pioneering ventures in the proactive healthcare sector in India. Focusing on wellness as the future of healthcare, he briefly talks about the future of emerging technologies in the context of medicine and opportunities within the healthcare industry. A firm believer in his philosophy of “happy and healthy beyond 100”, Dr. M also shared about his recent collaboration with Fountain Life, an American proactive healthcare organisation led by Peter Diamandis, and how the two are working together to develop educational tools that will allow everyone to live to be 100 years old.

Another focal point of the interview was Dr. M’s new enterprise called ‘HyLf’ which focuses on private, luxury travel and will offer a wide range of premium travel options. According to Dr. M, “Under the pandemic, private travel is booming. Nothing compares to the time, efficiency, privacy and convenience while travelling without spending a lot of money.” His new venture will leverage the concept of shared economy to create a travel ecosystem for uber-rich global citizens.

A global citizen in thought and action, Dr. M also shared his affection for Dubai as a leading global city and one of his favourite cities in the world. Choosing the city as the base for his future businesses Dr. M said, “Dubai has earned the reputation of being the best place to do business due to its rapid expansion, strategic location, and welcoming business culture. From Dubai, it is simple to travel all over the world. People from all walks of life have been drawn to it because of its infrastructure and regulatory environment.”