2016 APAC Winners
WinnerBest Startup - Social ImpactVisit Their Website
ODOCS Eye Care
oDocs Eye Care is a social enterprise that focuses on the development and distribution of affordable smartphone based technology for primary eye care. The company was founded in 2014 by two eye doctors and launched its first open-source retinal camera project which received global attention and gained more than 3000 clinical users in less than a year.
WinnerBest Startup - Tech InnovationVisit Their Website
Clevertar is an Australian health IT company that introduces relational agents – ‘clever avatars’ – to care environments, supporting patients with chronic conditions at a fraction of the cost of human intervention. Its flagship product is Anna Cares™, a SaaS platform designed to motivate patients towards better adherence – the single largest factor in preventing avoidable hospitalisation. With ‘Anna’, Clevertar addresses the structural economic and care crises facing ageing population.
WinnerBest Digital SME - Tech InnovationVisit Their Website
Prendi specialises in creating digital solutions by seamlessly integrating a wide range of technologies, content and interactivity into physical environments. With this vital combination, plus our professional support services, we build full-service digital solutions tailored to our client’s specific needs. Prendi can help bring your vision to life, the possibilities are endless.
WinnerMost Disruptive CIO/CTOVisit Their Website
Neal leads the DBS Innovation Group (DiG) a team of influencers that fosters the spirit of innovation throughout the bank. He drives the bank’s innovation agenda across its key axes of growth, namely, Greater China, Southeast Asia and South Asia. Working with internal stakeholders and external collaborators, Neal charts a next-phase innovation roadmap for DBS to enhance customer experience and better engage the bank’s customers in the digital landscape. His vision being to turn the bank into a Fintech company by embedding the digital mind-set of a start-up across the entire banking group. In his spare time Neal has built a social enterprise hotel in the Sumatran jungle to help save the critically endangered Sumatran Orangutan and to give local villagers jobs and education.
WinnerBest Tech IPO/ Venture Capital RaisingVisit Their Website
ResApp Health Limited is a digital health company developing smartphone applications for the diagnosis and management of respiratory disease. The company was founded in December 2014 and listed on the ASX in July 2015 with a A$4m raising at 2c. In April 2016, the company raised A$12.5m at 20c. In the nine months since listing, the share price has now risen >1,800%.
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