The MedTech industry offers a combination of medical knowledge and state-of-the-art technological expertise to help personalize and improve patients’ end-to-end experience from diagnosis to treatments. Unmet demand is addressed through innovations offering cost-saving, increased capacity and enhanced efficiency.


In 2018, growth of the global MedTech sector was 5.6% per year, with worldwide sales tipped to reach $595 billion by 2024. Of course, this was before the coronavirus outbreak which has led to exponential growth as consumers actively seek alternatives due to quarantine restrictions imposed by various authorities. China’s largest Telemedicine venture – Ping An Good Doctor – has seen demand for online consultation double during the period.

Why do we care?

The world’s population is aging. The numbers of those aged 60 and above has doubled between 1980-2007, a development putting a significant strain on our healthcare system. There is now an urgent need to secure sufficient and adequate supply of medical services to match future demands, particularly following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Healthcare For All

On-demand healthcare based on patients’ needs with potential reach to remote regions.

Personalised Predictive Models

Utilising AI and Machine Learning to create predictive models for preventative care.

Supporting Healthcare Professionals

Technology that reduces patient recovery times helps ease pressure on healthcare professionals.

New Innovative Treatments

Embracing new tech innovations will help improve efficiencies of treatment and care.

Solving the world's problems

We believe that the game changers could bring about a positive impact on the world’s biggest challenges, fundamentally change how we move, what we eat, how we feel and where we live for the better.