Over the years, Singapore’s spending on healthcare has risen significantly, from US$2.9 billion to approximately US$7.7 billion in 2018. With attention and demand pouring in from businesses and investors around the region, it is unsurprising to see healthcare-related startups popping up.
This 15 and 16 May, over 250 startups will be gathered to showcase their innovative solutions to over 5,000 attendees at Tech in Asia Singapore 2018. This article features four healthcare-related startups exhibiting at Startup Factory – read on to find out more about their novel solutions.
Modasta takes pride in making quality health information and services accessible to everyone, even those residing in the most remote regions of India.
The startup provides a multitude of services, ranging from online video consultation with top doctors in the language of your choice, to regular health check-up packages and even live customer support. Users can also look forward to booking lab tests conveniently online from the comfort of their home.
Modasta aims to provide value through a digital platform in a bid to enrich the user experience and transform the healthcare landscape.
The team at Nxsen believes that actionable data is the secret behind how athletes follow a routine to stay at their peak, and that by feeding our data into an ecosystem that will support and monitor our progress, we will be able to lead the best possible life.
The wearable device has investigational grade biosensors to measure the user’s heart rate and blood pressure. By monitoring and analyzing vitals, the smart device can recommend food intake and activities to allow you to lead a better lifestyle. You can even share your data with a loved one over the cloud with the built-in cellular capabilities.
As a healthcare institute based in Finland and operating in Bangladesh, Olwel aims to ensure quality service by connecting doctors with patients. With the use of technology, good healthcare can be delivered to the patient’s doorstep.
This time-saving service is especially helpful for patients who have difficulty getting out of the house. The burden of traffic jams and long waits in line are now replaced with convenience, extended service hours, and good follow-up medical services. To get started, the patient can choose to download a free app, call, or leave their number on Olwel’s website to be contacted.
Foot or joint pain can now be a thing of the past with easy-to-order 3D printed custom orthotics. If you have foot problems such as flat foot, or wish to prevent future biomechanics issues, Shapecrunch’s insoles may just be your solution.
Some of the benefits of insoles include arch support and pressure offloading. Users can look forward to a speedy delivery as the company promises to ship the insoles within five days after they are made. The process of ordering customized insoles is also easy and done entirely online.
Increase brand awareness and validate your products at TIA Singapore 2018
Besides meeting your potential customers or investors, you also get to generate brand awareness and monitor the reception of your product with over 5,000 attendees by exhibiting at Startup Factory.
Exhibitors will also be able to participate in our newly-revamped Speed Dating segment where quality startups can choose from a list of over 50 participating investors to pitch directly to – this time with a curation process in place to ensure that only quality meetings take place. Apply for your booth below by 8 April to enjoy 15 percent off (i.e. US$89) your booth package.
Keen to meet the aforementioned startups as an attendee? Grab your tickets before 8 April, 2359 (GMT +8) to get a 15 percent discount (up to US$104). To enjoy early and exclusive access to the exhibiting startups’ database, simply upgrade to an Investor Pass!
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