Bookdoc founder Chevy Beh dies

Bookdoc founder Chevy Beh dies

KUALA LUMPUR: The founder of Bookdoc, Datuk Chevy Beh was reported to have died on Tuesday night, but the cause of death was not disclosed.

The matter was confirmed by the developer of the BookDoc application through a sharing on Facebook on Wednesday.

“It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Datuk Chevy Beh – Founder and Chief Executive Officer of BookDoc.

“He is an entrepreneur who is respected and loved by many.

“Condolences and prayers to the entire family of the deceased at this difficult time,” quoted the sharing.

Condolences began to flood social media, including from the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) who uploaded condolences on BAM’s official Twitter account.

“The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Datuk Chevy Beh.

“The President, Council and the entire BAM family send their condolences to the family of the deceased,” according to the upload.

Chevy started his career as an investment banker with a famous American investment firm after he graduated from Harvard University.

He later joined BP Healthcare Group as Managing Director before establishing the online and mobile healthcare platform, Bookdoc in 2014 with the former CEO of Groupon Asia Pacific, Joel Neoh.

Under his leadership, BP managed to increase their customer base to over 2 million people, increasing the total workforce to 1,300 people.

The group also plays an important role as the country’s COVID-19 vaccination process involves the Vaccine Administration Center (PPV).

In addition, it was also appointed as a provider of COVID-19 screening tests for employees under the Social Welfare Screening Program.

Chevy is also a famous polo player who has captained England’s under-21 squad.

High interest in the field of sports saw Chevy once appointed as a member of the Expert Panel of the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

source – Astro Awani

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