WorkTech Partners with Bowtie to Offer Outpatient Medical Benefits to Co-working Space Members

WorkTech Partners with Bowtie to Offer Outpatient Medical Benefits to Co-working Space Members

Hong Kong, 22nd April, 2020 – WorkTech, a leading co-working ecosystem operator in Hong Kong, announced a partnership with Bowtie, first authorized virtual insurance company in Hong Kong, to launch a groundbreaking medical benefit plan, exclusively offering outpatient services to WorkTech’s small and medium enterprise (SME) and start-up members at the lowest price.

 

As one of the biggest co-working space brands with a total gross floor area (GFA) of over 400,000 sq. ft in Hong Kong, WorkTech has a vast client base of start-ups and SMEs. In the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, WorkTech cares for the health and wellness of its members as well as their employees and took swift action to establish a partnership with Bowtie to jointly launch BowtieGo, a new outpatient membership program, exclusively for WorkTech members. Upon signing up for BowtieGo plan, WorkTech members are entitled to enjoy outpatient services, including general consultation, Chinese medicine, acupuncture and bone-setting therapy etc, at a member-exclusive price, reducing up to half of burdens on medical consultation. BowtieGo plan can be extended to employee’s family members to cover medical needs of their families.

 

BowtieGo possesses an extensive medical network which includes over 500 doctors, spanning from Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories. BowtieGo is also designed to be easy to use and hassle-free. After signing up, BowtieGo members can go to a suitable doctor in the network and pay at a BowtieGo member-only exclusive rate after consultation by simply showing their BowtieGo member QR Codes at the clinic. In such a way, there is no need to file a claim afterwards.

 

“A key differentiator of WorkTech is that we not only serve our members on a business level, we also care for their health and wellbeing including that of their families. This partnership with Bowtie is the first in co-working industry to provide medical coverage for not just our members but also their families,” said Michael Wong, Founder and Chairman of WorkTech.

 

“Through innovative technology and partnered medical networks, Bowtie strives to provide an access to quality medical services to the public at lower costs. We are happy to provide economical and good medical coverage to more SMEs and start-ups through this partnership,” said Fred Ngan, Co-founder and Co-CEO of Bowtie.

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