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Company Overview

Status of registration:

Active

Business activities:

Technology Research & Development

Registered Number:

4917

Registered offices:

Unit GA-00-SZ-L1-RT-201, Level 1, Gate Avenue - South Zone, Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai, , United Arab Emirates

Company Information

Name:

The Good Health Tech Ltd

Trading Name:

The Good Health Tech

Status of Registration:

Active

Type of License:

Non Regulated

Legal Structure:

Private Company

Date of Incorporation :

05 08 2021

Commercial License Validity Date:

04 08 2022

Directors:

Kamal Parida

Shareholders:

Kamal Parida

DNFBP: DIFC Designated Non-Financial Businesses and Professions

Not Applicable

Financial Year End:

Class of Issued Shares:

Common

Nominal Value of One Share:

USD 100.000000

Number of Issued Shares:

10,000,000.000000

Data Protection

Data Protection Officer Appointed:

No

Notifications:

Personal Data Processing Operations:

Yes

Transfer of Personal Data from the DIFC:

No

Processing of Special Categories of Personal Data:

Yes

Purpose for the Personal Data Processing:

To provide diet and exercise coaching to members to improve their metabolic health, e.g., reduce their blood glucose levels if they are diabetic or reduce their blood pressure if they are hypertensive or help them lose weight if they are obese

Data Subjects or class of Data Subjects whose Personal Data is being processed:

Clients & Customer, Members

Description of the Class of Personal Data being Processed:

Health data - blood glucose levels, blood pressure, weight, waist size, height, etc. and diet, exercise, mood and sleep data. Also, their contact details and profile photo.

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List of Jurisdictions to which Personal Data may be transferred:

Not Applicable

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