Shwetank Verma is an entrepreneur and innovator. Currently, he leads open innovation (Collab) at MetLife Asia. Collab matches startups to problem statements identified by MetLife Asia’s leadership. He is an active participant on the startup scene both as an investor and as a mentor at leading accelerators – StartupBootcamp, Modern Aging and Velocity, Singapore. Prior to joining MetLife he was a serial entrepreneur in healthcare and education in India. He was nominated to the primary care task force of the Government of India and worked with the Gates Foundation to reimagine primary care in Uttar Pradesh, India. Shwetank was the founder of MyHealthMate, a chain of primary care clinics. MyHealthMate built a network of comprehensive primary care 'health hubs' in gated communities and introduced the concept of subscription healthcare to India. It was acquired in 2015.