KIIC Panel Judges
KIIC Grant Winners
Hire.Seniors provides online recruitment platform that connects mature & experienced professionals, seniors & retirees to companies in need of experienced & skilled resources.
Their aim is to provide seniors a fighting chance at employment, in becoming self-sufficient to age with dignity.
Managedcare is in the business of coordinating a variety of healthcare and long-term care services as well as the administration of these services to achieve optimum value in terms of quality and affordability.
They aim to implement an integrated care ecosystem with a digital health platform to deliver affordable home care packages and care management designed around people with stroke, dementia and frailty.
Meaningfull Life’s main focus is to design products & services and build ecosystems to help the elderly in Asia age meaningfully.
They aim to provide a convalescent care and daycare for the elderly to lessen the burden on families with a goal to become the “Montessori of Eldercare”.
MISZ Home Physiotherapy’s mission is to ensure the ageing community are able to obtain home care services as well as create employment opportunities for youth.
They aim to scale up their affordable and Shariah-compliant home care services with physiotherapy and nursing capabilities for the elderly, catered for the rural M40 and B40 community.
CARE Concierge specialises in providing post-hospitalisation recovery & eldercare through their proprietary digital health platform and network of Nurses, Therapist & Caregivers.
They aim to provide integrated services (i.e. Homecare, Assisted Living Facilities, Daycare, Training and Technology) for ageing in place, as well as scale up their CARE Guardian platform to support the elderly across the spectrum of care services.
SmartPeep is an AI health-tech company that develops automated monitoring system to prevent accidents and assist healthcare professionals to respond better towards patients and elderly.
They aim to revolutionise elderly care by leveraging AI technology to provide better health, safety and well-being for the seniors through their AI monitoring system which monitors, tracks and detects anomalies via deep tech, to prevent/detect falls; and provide real time reports.
Firegent uses A.I. to capture data from various documents so users can use it, share it and chart it.
Their aim is to build the pipes to connect dementia patients’ data from various platforms to a single “Go-To” source; as well as scaling up the use of music therapy for dementia assessment.
IMM Carehub is a private research-based Senior Lifestyle Centre specialised in preventive care, healthy aging and geriatric rehabilitation.
They aim to provide comprehensive care for older adults to lead a healthy, independent and fulfilling life in their golden years through their state-of-the-art center which is equipped with advanced technology on preventive and rehabilitative solutions.
Nova Engineering Services focuses on technology R&D to enhance the quality of life.
They aim to support ageing services through their Smart Medicine Dispenser System (SMDS), a self-managed dispenser for medication compliance which is able to: record and review medicine utilisation for analysis on compliance, set prescription time & other information.
Robopreneur is a fast-growing service robotics company, providing robotics products and services for professional and domestic use, empowers digital transformation through adaptation of robotics, automation and AI solutions in businesses.
They aim to introduce their Robotic Wheelchair Arm System to improve the quality of life of elderly persons as well as enhance their independence and autonomy.
Teman Malaysia is a social enterprise that provides care companionship services for elderlies and those in need to assist them in their daily activities and increase their quality of life.
They aim to further expand their short-term support and care assistance for the elderlies by matching the elderlies with their trained caregivers to assist in daily activities ranging from health appointments to running errands.
This (affordable ageing service) is an area which we can play a role in; as it is currently underserved especially for the lower income bracket, while the demand for ageing services will continue to increase. We hope we are able to discover innovative solutions from our KIIC finalists to provide services we will need as we age
Tengku Dato’ Sri Azmil Zahruddin
Khazanah Chief Investment Officer
The demand for ageing services will continue to increase as we become an aged nation. I am pleased to see the quality of proposals from the finalists, and I look forward to seeing the winners innovate solutions that promote dignity in old age, enable ageing-in-place, develop caregiver capacity, and support informal caregivers. I applaud Khazanah’s effort in discovering solutions that can enhance ageing services for Malaysians.
Associate Professor Dr. Rahimah Ibrahim
Deputy Director of the Malaysian Research Institute on Ageing (“MyAgeing”), Universiti Putra Malaysia
The KIIC is looking for submissions from Malaysian-based business entities with innovative and unique solutions which deliver:
Solutions that can
be replicated across
Proposed solutions could be any of the following: