S’pore medical device maker to pump $100m into 20 retail outlets, factory and R&D centre from 2023

Buzud Singapore chief executive Frankie Fan plans to open the new retail outlets and a testing centre for people to try out its equipment in 2023. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - Anyone who needs a gadget to test for signs of diseases like diabetes or gout at home can buy one at 20 new one-stop shops opening across the island from 2023.

The shops will be opened by home-grown medical equipment maker Buzud Singapore, which will pump $100 million over the next three years into expanding its retail footprint in the country.

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