Adrian Gore on how it all started 25 years ago today

Today marks the start of Discovery exactly 25 years ago.

Discovery Group founder and CEO, Adrian Gore, says technology has been fundamental in improving healthcare services for the people.

I was at a desk with an exam pad and a phone 25 years ago. That was a start. I remember it vividly.

Adrian Gore, Discovery Group founder and CEO

I remain very optimistic about the country and its potential. We are building a bank as I said. I am very optimistic about the potential to build and to make change.

Adrian Gore, Discovery Group founder and CEO

It's in difficult times and uncertain times when you build.

Adrian Gore, Discovery Group founder and CEO

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