Australian Innovator CareMonkey Joins COMPUTEX

COMPUTEX TAIPEI(called as COMPUTEX) the biggest ICT event this summer is heating up! The show catches the technology wave with a new position on Building Partnerships in Internet Computing Ecosystems and with focuses on IoT applications, innovative startups, gaming and business solutions. This year, COMPUTEX will host more than 1,600 exhibitors from around the world displaying over 5,000 booth spaces.

According to COMPUTEX co-organizer TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council), with the surge in IoT, the show is making the new InnoVEX Exhibit a perfect platform especially for ICT & IoT innovators. The stat indicates 170 startups from 17 countries have already signed up to showcase their latest innovative products and services. At InnoVEX, along with out-of-the-box, open booths and networking spaces, a wide range of events designed to maximize innovative, technological, and investment exchanges to help startups succeed, including forums, demos, matchmaking, networking events, and pitch contests with a cash prize of $30,000 USD.

Pervious Slush 100 winner CareMonkey from Australia is one of the highlights @ InnoVEX. “We’re very excited to be represent our company as part of this great initiative,” Troy Westley, CEO, said. “We will use this opportunity to connect with potential new partners who would like to represent CareMonkey in their part of the world. “. “We’re a partner led organisation and we’re keen to meet vendors who can take CareMonkey to their customers,” remarked Westley. “InnoVEX will be a great forum for us to kick start our business in Asia.”

CareMonkey is an electronic health and safety system that automatically keeps an organisation’s medical and emergency database up to date. The system chases up people for responses so administrators no longer have to do it manually, and then shares the details with authorized carers so first responders know what to do in an emergency. CareMonkey is used by schools, day care, universities, sporting organisations, church groups, the disability sector, scouts, camps, businesses and other groups with a duty of care.