As an Asian mental wellness pioneer, Singapore and Jakarta-based Ami seeks to change narratives about company well-being in the region—and investors see the benefits.
Widespread emotional burnout, brought on by overwork and exacerbated by the pandemic, has forced employers to accept that mental health cannot be ignored in the workplace.
Ami, a rising mental health platform, is bringing companies on board. Founded in January, the Singapore and Jakarta-based startup aims to make mental healthcare more accessible for employees in Asia, through counseling sessions that take place on messaging platforms like WhatsApp.
Cofounder and CEO Justin Kim, a Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia alum from 2020,
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