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Mmedly is a social network for medical pros to talk with patients and learn from each other. Mmedly serves ads right when treatment is set.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Zambesi Drive, Pretoria, GP, South Africa
  • Currency ZAR
  • Founded February 2011
  • Employees 4
  • Website (not live)

Company Summary

Mmedly’s vision is to be the preferred value-added social network of the world’s health professionals. Mmedly lets practitioners connect to patients through automated messages, surveys, and profiles. It lets practitioners learn from each other through outcomes info from the surveys. It lets practitioners connect with each other through links, IM, and referrals. It places advertisers in the hands of practitioners while they choose treatments.


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    Ben Zaaiman

    Ben, the inventor of the concept, has previously built, operated and sold a successful high-tech start-up. Since then, he has specialised in designing and implementing high-tech entrepreneurship and business support programs for clients including the World Bank, the EU, and SABMiller. He holds an MBA from UCLA, and a B. Eng. Industrial from UP.

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    Rhyno Janse van Rensburg
    Software Engineering

    Rhyno is a founding partner of LandoByte, a successful mobile solutions development house. Rhyno started his career in 2004 at Pattern Matched Technologies, before he left to establish myTXT, accumulating clients such as Pick n Pay, Leapfrog Property Group, Prime Meridian Insurance Group and Whirlpool. Rhyno founded LandoByte in 2010 with Danie.

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    Danie Ferreira
    Software Engineering

    Danie started his career as Electrical Engineer with Hatch Africa for 3 ½ years before joining Rhyno at myTXT, and later co-founding LandoByte. Danie studied Electrical Engineering with Rhyno at UP.

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    Bevan Timm
    System Engineering

    Bevan joined LandoByte in 2011 after spending nine years as electrical engineer in the mining industry. Bevan finished Electrical Engineering at UCT in 2002.