Marcus Tan (right) with Mark Hammond, who brings 15 years’ banking industry experience to his role at HealthEngine.

National growth drives HealthEngine

HealthEngine is still often referred to as a startup, but chief executive Marcus Tan prefers to call it a scale-up, and the business is changing to reflect that.

Having completed a landmark $27 million capital raising earlier this year – a feat unmatched by any other unlisted tech business in Western Australia – the online healthcare service has increased its headcount by nearly 30 per cent in the past three months.

It now has 130 staff, most of them in Perth, and still has 20 open positions it is seeking to fill.


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